BREAKING NEWS: coming live from Stamford Bridge, Pochettino has praised one of his most consistent players in his team after his Godlike performance against Manchester United. “He made me the most happiest man Tonight and I’m happy to have him in my team he assured me he was going to win it for me and I’m glad to coach this players”. Pochettino the happiest man after his team’s win against stubborn Manchester United.


Cole Palmer once again proved decisive for Chelsea in their thrilling 4-3 victory over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. The Blues staged a remarkable comeback in this fiercely contested match, securing their first league win over the Red Devils in seven years. Following a disappointing result against 10-man Burnley, Chelsea needed a strong response, and Palmer delivered in spectacular fashion. Amidst the backdrop of Mason Mount’s return to Stamford Bridge, Palmer showcased his value to the team with a standout performance.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side started the game with the intensity he desired, finding the net twice within the opening 18 minutes. Palmer opened the scoring from the penalty spot, adding to Conor Gallagher’s earlier goal. However, Manchester United quickly turned the tables with two goals in five minutes from Alejandro Garnacho and Bruno Fernandes, with Garnacho adding another in the second half. Palmer, undeterred, responded with two crucial goals, including a dramatic winner in the 101st minute, marking the latest decisive goal in Premier League history. Despite moments of struggle, Chelsea supporters lauded Palmer’s performance, recognizing him as a standout performer throughout the season. Their appreciation overflowed on social media platforms as Palmer celebrated his first career hat-trick.

In addition to his goal-scoring exploits, the 21-year-old created eight scoring opportunities, underscoring the significant role he played for Chelsea in the match. Palmer’s exceptional display against Manchester United further bolsters his candidacy for the Premier League’s Player of the Month award for March. His hat-trick, which included two goals from penalties and a fortuitous deflected effort, demonstrated his clinical finishing and composure under pressure. With a total of 16 goals and eight assists in just 25 league appearances for Chelsea this season, Palmer emerges as a leading contender for the prestigious award, particularly after a recent goal-scoring spree that saw him netting five goals in his last two outings.

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