Chelsea manager Graham Potter recently reacted to Kepa’s Performance against Crystal Palace as the Spanish international stepped up in the absence of regular goalie Eduard Mendy. The Spanish shot stopper made a couple of great saves in the game against Palace and really did enough to keep Chelsea in the game after conceding and early goal in the 7th minute of the game. Chelsea had to come from a goal down to steal all three points at Selhust Park after goals from new number 9 Aubameyang and late substitute Connor Gallagher saw the host bow to a disappointing defeat against the visitors. Following Kepa’s brilliant display Potter said “I.
thought he did really well, he made a couple of big saves but I thought his distribution and decision making was also strong. Ultimately, we need players to step up and I feel he did that today”. Potter will be hoping to get his second win as Chelsea manager when the blues take on Italian Champions AC Milan in the Champions League this week.