Willian picks two memorable matches in his Chelsea career

Willian picks two memorable matches in his Chelsea career

Chelsea ace Willian is enjoying life at Stamford Bridge, having reached the 300-match mark in their win over Lille in the Champions League.  

The Brazilian joined Chelsea from Shakhtar Donetsk in Augst 2013 and has since become a key member of the side, winning numerous titles including Premier League and European trophies.

Speaking to the club's official website, the Brazilian picked out his favourite moments in the famous Blue jersey. 

The first was the Champions League win over PSG, with the second a win over Everton at Stamford Bridge in a match he scored the winner. 

"One of them is when we played against PSG in the Champions League," he said. 

"We lost there 3-1, and then the game at Stamford Bridge we won 2-0. Demba Ba scored at the end of the game, and the atmosphere was crazy. I remember every single minute of this game.

"The first half Hazard got injured, Schurrle came on and scored. We hit the post a couple of times, with Oscar and Schurrle as well. This game was nice because we fought until the end. We believed in ourselves, we believed we could the second goal,"

"The second one was against Everton at the Bridge when I scored in the last minute. That was nice as well! The emotion is different when you win at a game at the end, it’s a release,"

Willian would wish to continue for longer at the club, even though he knows he might not have many more years being 31 years old. 

He has been courted by various top clubs including Barcelona but is keen on remaining at the Bridge. 

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