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Cole Palmer gave another priceless post-match interview after Spurs 1-4 Chelsea

Cole Palmer gave another priceless post-match interview after Spurs 1-4 Chelsea

Chelsea pair Cole Palmer and Nicolas Jackson took part in a priceless interview after the 4-1 win over Spurs.

Cole Palmer conjured up another priceless interview after helping Chelsea to a 4-1 win over Spurs - even mugging off the reporter and his own teammate.

Nicolas Jackson scored his first Premier League hat-trick in the most chaotic game of the season, with Spurs going 1-0 up before going down to nine men after Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogie were sent off.

The clash also featured no less than five disallowed goals as well as the highest defensive line ever deployed by a team who were two players down.

For a period the bold tactic seemed to work but Chelsea eventually found their way through, with Palmer's patience and weight of pass instrumental.

Palmer had cancelled out Dejan Kulusevski's opener with a penalty after Romero saw red for a horror challenge before Jackson finally put Chelsea ahead in the 75th minute before notching again twice in stoppage time.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

Both goalscorers were whisked in for a joint-interview on Sky Sports and Palmer produced more gold.

The former Manchester City youngster has a knack for giving interviews that are not media-trained in the slightest and this was no different.

Palmer didn't quite bust out a "prem soon come" but the 21-year-old did tell his teammate he needed to work harder despite his three goals.

The England Under 21 international said: "It has been a difficult start for him, no hiding from it.

"He just needs to work hard on the training pitch and keep his head down, then I think he will get many hat-tricks."

When Patrick Davison asked, "Did you say 'work harder?'", Palmer showed his elite mentality and replied, "Course, we can always work harder".

After the journalist asked whether it was harder to play against Spurs with two more men because of the pressure, Palmer mugged Davison off by replying, ""Obviously, it's easier against nine!".

That prompted Davison to jokingly thank Palmer after he basically dismissed the question he asked.

The interview was almost as entertaining as the game itself and finished with another Palmer assist to Jackson as he handed him the Player of the Match award to go along with his hat-trick match ball.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Chelsea, Cole Palmer, Tottenham Hotspur, Ange Postecoglou, Mauricio Pochettino