Chelsea star Gary Cahill has praised his team-mates’ attitude after they beat Shakhtar Donetsk 3-2 at Stamford Bridge in the Champions League.
The Blues looked to have been heading for a 2-2 draw with their Ukranian opponents after leading twice but Victor Moses popped up with a header to win the match in the third minute of added time.
And Cahill admitted that he and his team-mates have adopted a never say die attitude as they always believe they can score a goal from nothing.
He revealed: “Winning tonight eases the pressure on us a little bit. That’s what we needed to do, especially with them [Shakhtar Donetsk] sitting on top of the table. It’s important we got those points back.
“Thankfully Victor [Moses] got a massively important goal for us at the end. It was the last kick of the game, so it was amazing really.
“We, sort of, don’t know when we’re beaten at times this season. We just keep plugging away and with the creative players that we’ve got we’re always going to create chances, so it was pleasing. The lads are buzzing.
“They were a tough, tough team to face. In the first game they were fantastic. I think they shocked a lot of people with how much quality they’ve got, and tonight was no different.”