Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas admits he was impressed by RacingGenk winger Kevin de Bruyne during last night's 1-1 draw. AVB singled out De Bruyne and Daniel Toszer as two Genk players that caught his eye on the night.
"It was a good change for Genk today. Toszer in midfield is a fantastic player and organises the game with extreme quality," he said.
"De Bruyne had a fantastic game as well and I think Genk improved, not only from the game but the motivation they had from their Bruges result which was important for them and they evolved a lot of from Stamford Bridge."