Conor Gallagher says ‘it was written within the stars’ that he would rating his first Chelsea purpose in opposition to former membership Crystal Palace… and midfielder hopes to get extra probabilities to impress after netting last-gasp winner
- Sub Conor Gallagher scored the winner for Chelsea within the ninetieth minute
- His curled effort from exterior the field was sufficient to safe all three factors
- He was warmly acquired on his first return to Selhurst Park since his mortgage spell
Conor Gallagher says scoring his first Chelsea purpose in opposition to his former facet Crystal Palace was ‘written within the stars’ after he bagged a last-minute winner.
Odsonne Edouard opened the scoring after seven minutes earlier than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang equalised with a neat end late within the first half.
Gallagher was warmly acquired when he stepped on the Selhurst Park pitch within the 76th minute for the primary time since his mortgage spell as an Eagle, however any pleasant sentiment was shortly forgotten when he sealed a 2-1 victory.
Conor Gallagher scored the winner for Chelsea within the ninetieth minute after coming off the bench
‘It’s a really particular second to return on and get the winner and my first purpose for Chelsea,’ he instructed BBC Sport.
‘It was written within the stars. Sadly, it got here in opposition to Palace, however I’m simply buzzing to get my first purpose.
‘Everybody is aware of how a lot I beloved it right here [at Palace] and I thank the entire membership and the followers – even immediately with the reception they gave me.’
It was the England worldwide’s first purpose for Chelsea on his seventh look for the membership.
His curled effort from exterior the field was sufficient to safe all three factors for Chelsea
He’s now hoping to get extra alternatives to impress.
‘Hopefully I can construct a little bit of confidence with the purpose and push on,’ he mentioned.
‘I need to work as arduous as I can for [Potter] and be out there wherever he wants me, whether or not beginning or coming off the bench.
‘Clearly I need to begin, and I would like to point out him I’m ok.’
The midfielder was warmly acquired on his first return to Selhurst Park since his mortgage spell