Chelsea fans have been left overjoyed after watching Conor Gallagher in action against Liverpool in the premier league. The midfielder, who is currently on loan at Crystal Palace, impressed against Liverpool despite ending up on the losing side.
Patrick Vieira's men were beaten 3-0 by Liverpool at the end, but the display from Chelsea loanee Gallagher will remain a positive for Crystal Palace. The 21 year old has enjoyed a stellar start to life with the Eagles, scoring twice and registering an assist in four Premier League appearances so far.
After another bright display from him, Chelsea fans on Twitter couldn't help but notice the talent possessed by Gallagher. The Englishman did not wilt under the pressure of playing in front of a raucous Anfield and more than held his ground.
Here are some of the reactions from Chelsea fans after Gallagher continued his excellent start to the Premier League campaign.
Even a few rival fans seem to have started liking Gallagher and stated they would take him if the Blues decided to sell him.
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