A season and a half after he signed for Chelsea, Kevin De Bruyne was given his chance to play in front of the Stamford Bridge crowd on Sunday, and following the 2-0 win over Hull he spoke to Chelsea TV.

The 22-year-old, who has been on loan at former club Genk and then in Germany at Werder Bremen since his transfer, spoke about the opening goal he helped create, the difference between the first and second halves, and how it felt to play in front of the Chelsea fans. The full interview is available now via the channel’s online access and a clip can be viewed above.

Speaking separately after the match, De Bruyne also said:

‘It was a good start, especially the first half we began very sharp with a lot of pressing and we scored two nice goals. The second half was a little worse but it was a mature game by us and we didn’t concede a goal so it was good.

‘The Premier League is a high level, of course it will be difficult to win all our games, but we will do our best and we have to do it as a team like in this game, and then we will be alright.’

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