ANDONI Iraola said Moises Caicedo deserves credit for making his strike from the half-way line look easy during Cherries’ 2-1 defeat to Chelsea.

Caicedo produced a bit of magic to opens scores on the final day of the Premier League season, rifling home from 50 yards.

Cherries goalie Neto had successfully dealt with a dangerous through ball to Raheem Sterling, rushing out to slide and win possession, but the Brazilian’s clearance fell right to the feet of the Chelsea midfield.

Wirth no hesitation, Caicedo let fly from the middle of the pitch, the ball flying into the back of the empty net.

Sterling would double Chelsea’s lead before a Benoit Badiashile own goal would leave the final scoreline at 2-1.

Speaking about the goal, Iraola told the Daily Echo: “I think it’s a very good goal.

“At the end, you have to appreciate it, because now it looks easy because it has gone in, but even Marcos (Senesi) was there and it was a very good strike.

“I think Neto does very well, because he avoids the chance.

“Probably he doesn’t have the time to kick it longer, but it was not easy to score that goal.

“I have to give credit to Caicedo, who has scored a very good goal.”