Chelsea supporters on social media were pretty much all in unison whilst praising Levi Colwill’s latest international display.

Colwill captained England Under-19s last night for the second time in three matches, leading the side to a 2-0 victory over Sweden.

The 18-year-old also added his name to the scoresheet, doubling the Three Lions lead not long after the hour mark. For club and country, the teenager has been impressing fans in two opposite ends of the country, plus quite a few in-between.

Those of a Huddersfield Town persuasion have loved watching the Chelsea loanee strut his stuff in the Championship each week.

(Picture: John Early/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, those back at Stamford Bridge will already be formulating plans of building their future group around Colwill.

Especially after watching snippets of his recent performance away with the junior national team. Here’s how they reacted on Twitter:

What a player – I think the clubs decision to sell Tomori & Guehi speaks volumes of the path envisaged for Colwill into the first team
— finn (@finnw34) November 16, 2021

@Nathan3ii this is a generational talent
— Mo#2 (@Slitz1k) November 16, 2021

My word. This is high class.
— The Score ⭐️⭐️ (@TheScore01) November 16, 2021

This guy is IT.
— RamboRamires🏆 (@RamboRamires_) November 16, 2021

quality player, will shine for us next season just like chalobah has this season so far — All Chelsea (@JackNile6) November 16, 2021 Why are we trying to buy Szalai when we have this guy at the factory? Thought we would learn after the whole Hysaj and James saga.— ZaIe☣ (@ZaIeCFC) November 16, 2021 Call me a madman but if Rudiger leaves I’d give the keys to Colwill. If you’re good enough you’re old enough — Emilio (@CFCesf) November 16, 2021

It is a nod to how well the 18-year-old has been playing domestically that he was named captain of the national side for the second time. He is enjoying life on loan with Huddersfield Town in the Championship, the youthful defender’s first full taste of senior football.

Levi Colwill celebrates after scoring his first goal for Huddersfield

19 games into the campaign and Colwill has already racked up 14 appearances, one goal and an assist. During that time he has helped the Terriers (Huddersfield Town) to seven victories and five clean sheets.

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