‘I am very pleased and feeling very happy to get the prizes,’ said a delighted Junaid. ‘I want to thank Chelsea Football Club, all the staff members, especially our coach Frank Lampard and all the players for their effort putting smiles on our faces!’
Junaid certainly earned his victory, being one of just 31 fans, or 0.05 per cent, to correctly predict that we would end the match as 4-0 winners over Palace. Similarly, only 117 other fans predicted that Ben Chilwell would open the scoring with his first goal for Chelsea on his Premier League debut for the club.
Once again, Timo Werner was the overwhelming favourite in that category, featuring in a huge 68 per cent of predictions, followed by his fellow German international Kai Havertz with 13 per cent.