Chelsea fans react to Cole Palmer’s display yesterday for England
Chelsea’s Cole Palmer delivered an impressive performance for England’s Under-21s side, garnering praise from fans and observers alike.
Cole Palmer, who joined Chelsea for a reported £42.5 million in the summer transfer window, showcased his talent for the Young Lions. Under the guidance of manager Lee Carsley, England’s U21 team began their qualifiers for the UEFA European Under-21 Championship with a convincing 3-0 away victory against Luxembourg.
Palmer not only scored a goal during the match but also provided an assist. The 21-year-old attacking midfielder exhibited his skills on the ball and posed a constant threat to the opposition.
His goal in the game was particularly impressive, as he unleashed a powerful left-footed strike that found the back of the net after hitting the underside of the crossbar. Palmer had started the season with two goals in three appearances for Manchester City before making the move to Chelsea, showcasing his ability to score goals.
While Chelsea’s current squad may not have many natural or confident finishers, Palmer’s performances indicate that he could contribute significantly in terms of goal-scoring.
Reports have suggested that Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was disappointed to see Palmer leave the club, which speaks to the high regard in which the young midfielder is held.
Chelsea fans on social media have expressed their excitement and admiration for Palmer’s international display, hoping that he can carry this confidence and form into Chelsea’s upcoming match against Bournemouth.
Overall, it appears that Cole Palmer’s performance for England’s U21s has left a positive impression and generated excitement among Chelsea supporters about his potential impact on the team.