Conor Gallagher scored a dramatic and brilliant win for Chelsea, making his first ever senior goal for the club which resulted in the Blues moving up to fifth in the Premier League.
The match played in Selhurst Park ended with Crystal Palace 1 Chelsea 2.
The goal which is described as “written in stars”, was a “90-minute winner” and it came against the team where he spent last season on loan, winning their player of the year award.
The midfielder said, “It is a very special moment to come on and get the winner and my first goal for Chelsea. It was written in the stars. Unfortunately, it came against Palace but I’m just buzzing to get my first goal. Everyone knows how much I loved at Palace and I thank the whole club and the fans- even today with the reception they gave me”.
Interestingly, this is the first win for Graham Potter, the new Chelsea manager who replaced the sacked Thomas Tuchel, as well.