BREAKING NEWS: Following a spirited win over West ham, Chelsea manager Pochettino has showered praise on one of his players live from Stamford Bridge after matches Stamford Bridge record held by Chelsea legends Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba after scoring in 5-0 West Ham win. He said “He remains of this best as long as football is concerned he learns very fast and his work rate is fire. He’s a player i would want to work with in my next life”. The player, according to poch, was exceptional and “stole the show” with his powerful performance. The player led Chelsea’s tenacious performance with his incredible intensity and enthusiasm. ‘Man of the Match’ for chelsea stole the show; poch was ‘enthusiastic’ about his ‘outstanding’ player.


Chelsea forward Cole Palmer achieved a milestone reminiscent of club legends Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba on Sunday (May 5) as Chelsea dominated West Ham United 5-0 in the Premier League.

Palmer initiated the scoring within the first 15 minutes at Stamford Bridge, with Conor Gallagher and Nodi Madueke adding to the tally to secure a commanding 3-0 lead for Mauricio Pochettino’s side heading into halftime. With West Ham struggling to mount a response, Nicolas Jackson’s brace sealed an emphatic victory for Chelsea, who currently sit fifth in the league standings after 35 games. Notably, Palmer’s goal on Sunday saw him join Lampard (2009-10) and Drogba (2006-07) as the only Chelsea players to score 16 Premier League home goals in a single season (as per METRO).

Should Palmer find the net against Bournemouth on the final day of the season on May 19, he would claim sole possession of this record. Furthermore, he becomes the first player since Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (32 goals, nine assists) in the 2000-01 season to contribute to 30 goals in a single campaign, having scored 21 times and provided nine assists.

Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino expressed his satisfaction with his team’s performance in the resounding victory over West Ham. Coming just three days after a 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur at home, Chelsea demonstrated their dominance against West Ham, securing back-to-back clean sheets in a strong finish to what has been a challenging season.

“I’m delighted for the players and staff,” Pochettino remarked (as per Sky Sports via BBC). “Following the victory against Tottenham and then returning with such a performance after just a few days is very encouraging.”

He went on to describe the game as “brilliant” and “amazing,” praising the team’s response and competitiveness. Pochettino admitted to feeling some tension on the sidelines, emphasizing the importance of maintaining a clean sheet against a formidable opponent like West Ham, particularly in dealing with set-piece situations.

Looking ahead, Chelsea’s focus shifts to an away fixture against Nottingham Forest on Saturday (May 11). The previous encounter at Stamford Bridge saw Nottingham Forest emerge victorious with a solitary goal in September, highlighting the importance of Chelsea’s preparations for the upcoming rematch.

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