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Chelsea secured a much-needed 3-1 victory against Crystal Palace on Monday night, with Conor Gallagher, a former loanee from the Eagles, scoring two crucial second-half goals.

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The Blues initially fell behind in the 30th minute when Jefferson Lerma struck a powerful shot from distance. However, Chelsea improved in the second half, equalizing through Gallagher’s first goal just two minutes after halftime. The former Eagles midfielder then scored again in the 91st minute to finish a flowing move. Enzo Fernandez added a stylish effort to wrap up the scoring.

In the early stages, Palace, missing key players, had an early lead with Lerma’s spectacular strike. Chelsea struggled to find their rhythm, with an uninspired start at Selhurst Park.

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Christopher Nkunku’s introduction at half-time sparked an immediate improvement for Chelsea. Gallagher’s well-crafted half-volley brought them level after a cut-back from a Moises Caicedo move.

Chelsea created chances more easily in the second half, but it was in the dying stages that Gallagher sealed the victory. In the 91st minute, he fired into the far corner after a layoff from Cole Palmer.

The win propelled Chelsea back into the top ten in the Premier League standings, while Crystal Palace sits in 15th place, just five points above the relegation zone.

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