Bertrand Traore has been living a magical moment since he started to get more playing time with Guus Hiddink.
The youngster always makes an impact in the games and yesterday he scored a beautiful goal that until five minutes to go was letting Chelsea win over Stoke City:
“I took the decision to turn and shoot and it was on target,” he explains speaking to Chelsea website.
“It was a great shot, so I’m happy with it.
“Of course we wanted to take the three points and they scored a late equaliser, so it feels like a defeat, but we have to keep our heads up for Wednesday’s game.
Baba Rahman started the game as well and Ruben Loftus-Cheek came off the bench later:
“As young players they are big opportunities for us,”said Traore about him and the other young players.
“We have to push, knock on the door and work hard in training.
“Every player wants to be in the starting 11 every week. I’ve had the chance to start two games in a row so I’m very happy with that and I have to keep training well.
“From now we have to stay focused, go into training and get everything in place for Wednesday.”