Chelsea forward Mykhailo Mudryk has said that the club’s fortunes will soon change after their 2-1 defeat to Brighton in the Premier League on Saturday.
It was the Blues’ 12th defeat of the season and their third straight defeat across all competitions under their new interim manager Frank Lampard.
Conor Gallagher put the home side in front in the 13th minute, and it was from Mudryk’s pass outside the box.
But Danny Welbeck fired the visitors level before half-time while Julio Enciso scored in the second half to hand the Seagulls all three points at Stamford Bridge.
Speaking to Chelsea’s official website, Mudryk, who joined the club in January, gave a fair assessment of their performance in the defeat.
“For all of us, it is a hard period, but we never give up, we keep going, and everything can change. We all feel it.
“We want to win but now it is hard for us but like I say, we keep training hard and one day everything will change,” he said.