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The hat trick by Cole Palmer lead to amazing come back for Chelsea against the Manchester United

On Thursday to complete an amazing hat trick Cole Palmer struck twice in stoppage time and made an amazing comeback of 4-3 which helped Chelsea as it finally led to their victory against Manchester United in the Premier League. 

After converting a penalty in the 110th minute Palmer made sure that the points went to chelsea and then with a deflected effort firing a winner from outside the box a single minute later.

The manager of Chelsea Mauricio said that it should be a turning point for the fans to maintain their trust in the team.

The 12th league defeat of the season is more likely to increase the pressure on manager Erik ten Hag before the game on Sunday against title chasing Liverpool. Ten hag said that they have to learn from it because when you are a player of Manchester United then you should already know how to deal with these kinds of circumstances.”

From just inside the area in the 4th minute through the effort of Conor Gallagher Chelsea had gone into a 2-0 lead and the penalty of Palmer in the 19th. But United Manchester gave an impressive response with Alejandro Garnacho taking up the opportunity on the mistake from Moises Caicedo to pull a goal back in the 34th.

Later on the score was scored by Bruno Fernandes when he went in Diogo Dalot cross 5 minutes later United Manchester went ahead in the 67 through Garnacho who went past Djordje Petrovic after an amazing cross from the outside of Antony boot.

Earlier with the time running down Manchester United were looking comfortable until in the box Noni Madueke brought down by Dalot and the late drama was sparked by Palmer. Palmer said, it is a massive booster of their momentum and it puts everyone in a good mood. We are hoping to kick on further.


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