Wilfried Zaha reacts to failed Chelsea transfer

15 Août, 2018, 13:52 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
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Their combination will potentially provide greater width after the loss back to Chelsea of Ruben Loftus-Cheek, and Schlupp told Palace's official website: "Patrick and I have a great understanding down that left-hand side".

"I am not sure that every day Pep Guardiola or Mauricio Pochettino have to answer the questions about Kevin De Bruyne or Harry Kane or even Eden Hazard [at Chelsea], and we are lucky that we have a player like they have, who is a game changer".

"The moment he got the ball there was a bit of eye contact for me to show him where I wanted the pass and he played it perfectly and I just had to concentrate on hitting the target, it went in so I am happy".

"I'm confident. It's a tough job ahead of us". We had 15 shots to Palace's 10.

Schurrle enjoyed a bright debut out on the right as he then found Aleksandar Mitrovic in the centre of the box, who was able to pull free of James Tomkins and draw a save from Palace stopper Hennessey, who dived to his right to keep the Eagles in the game.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka
GETTY Crystal Palace youngster Aaron Wan Bissaka impressed again in Saturday's win at Fulham

Wilfried Zaha insists he had remained focused on and committed to Crystal Palace despite the growing doubts that surrounded his future towards the conclusion of the summer transfer window.

"We want him at the club as many years as we can have him".

The 25-year old's traist of creativity and versatility appear to have attracted a host of Premier League heavyweights including Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester City.

Hodgson will be hoping his star can continue to defy his critics as he looks to build on last season's 11th-placed finish. I take all the responsibility. That decision was justified today. They won the ball quickly, were sharp and quick into tackles, making it hard to play the ball through midfield.

"Scoring a goal helps to put a team on the back foot and, second half, we were much better". "The players that have come in can only add to that and make the team stronger. We scored two very good goals".

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