The powerful forward was struggling to get any sort of game time for the Stamford Bridge club at all throughout most of last season, but came good in May and seems to be on something of a roll.
After scoring the goal which clinched the Blues their Premier League title against West Brom, Batshuayi went on to score three goals in the final two league matches of the season against Watford and Sunderland.
The Belgian Red Devils took on the Czech Republic tonight in a friendly before playing Estonia in a 2018 World Cup qualifier on Friday.
For the celebration alone, Michy should start that match – don’t you think?
Lovely goal and brilliant celebration. Michy Batshuayi pic.twitter.com/XsaOf5Tjus
— Absolute Chelsea (@AbsoluteChelsea) June 5, 2017
His form might be impressive at the moment, but does Batshuayi have a future at Chelsea under Antonio Conte?