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Late penalty decides Chelsea v Palace in favour of home team

Chelsea followed up on their streak of home wins with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge, providing a much-needed boost for the team and their supporters.

Early lead for Chelsea

The match began with Chelsea showing a strong offensive front. In the 13th minute, Mykhailo Mudryk, receiving a pass from Malo Gusto inside the penalty area, fired the ball into the bottom right corner, leaving Crystal Palace's goalkeeper with no chance. This early goal set the tone for Chelsea, who were eager to capitalize on their home advantage.

Palace equalizes on verge of half-time

Despite Chelsea's early dominance, Crystal Palace found their rhythm as the first half progressed. In the first minute of added time, Michael Olise, assisted by Jordan Ayew, found some space in the penalty area and executed a precise low shot into the right corner, bringing the score level.

Disallowed goal and tense moments

The second half saw Chelsea continue to press for a winning goal. In the 77th minute, Nicolas Jackson thought he had put Chelsea ahead, but his goal was disallowed for offside, adding to the tension at Stamford Bridge.

Late penalty decides the match

As the match seemed destined for a draw, Chelsea found a breakthrough in the 89th minute. Noni Madueke was brought down in the penalty area, earning Chelsea a crucial penalty. Madueke himself stepped up to take the penalty and confidently dispatched the ball into the top left corner, beating Dean Henderson and securing a 2-1 victory for Chelsea.