Kai Havertz says the most recent couple of weeks have been "extreme" for Chelsea after his header procured a limited triumph over Crystal Palace to reduce the tension on supervisor Graham Potter.
Havertz met Hakim Ziyech's cross soon after the hour as the Blues finished a run of three progressive losses in all rivalries.
"The most recent couple of weeks were extreme. For everybody at the club, it is difficult under these conditions," said the 23-year-old.
"A ton of things changed for this present year. We have such countless wounds. Today we had five youthful players in the beginning XI, they are doing a truly great job right now."
The Germany striker ought to enjoy multiplied Chelsea's benefit yet could streak a header wide from short proximity from Bricklayer Mount's cross.
Castle verged on leveling late on when Cheick Doucoure's long-range volley was fantastically spilled by Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Chelsea stay tenth notwithstanding the success, simply their second in 10 Head Association games, yet are presently level on focuses with 10th set Liverpool.
Castle are twelfth after a fifth loss in six games in all rivalries.
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