It was a sensational display that thrilled everyone as Conor Gallagher’s strike sealed the win for the visitors at Crystal Palace. It was so good that opponents clapped in amazement.
Speaking after the match, Gallagher was quoted by BBC saying: “It’s 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.
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The 22-year-old didn’t celebrate his goal and he revealed that Crystal Palace is dear to him after spending a year loan spell at the club last season. Speaking of which he said:
“Everyone knows how much I loved it here [at Palace] and I thank the whole club and the fans – even today with the reception they gave me.
“Hopefully, I can build a bit of confidence with the goal and push on.
“I want to work as hard as I can for him [manager Graham Potter] and be available wherever he needs me, whether starting or coming off the bench.
“Obviously I want to start and I need to show him I’m good enough,” Gallagher.
From what he has just said, Gallagher intends to keep working hard and helping Chelsea after such a brilliant cameo at Palace.
However, the midfielder’s intention is to start games for Chelsea from now on.