Brendan Aaronson's pressure put Chelsea's goalkeeper in error
The American was surprisingly quick for the hosts in the first half
After his first Leeds United goal later counted as his goal,
Brendan Aarons scored an undoubted score against Chelsea on Sunday.
As Leeds were off to a great start to the match,
Aaronson was able to create chaos for Edouard Mendy with his pressure.
After Thiago Silva returned the ball to his keeper to reset things,
Aaron pressed Mendy, who then tried to beat Aaronson at the dribble.
It was an effort he would regret as Aaronson scored his first Leeds United goal.
He kept his composure to pick up the ball with his feet and take it to the back of the net.