Chelsea's Alvaro Morata shares unbelievable news before Huddersfield

Dec 13, 2017, 05:14
Chelsea's Alvaro Morata shares unbelievable news before Huddersfield

"I have to be realistic, we have to face this situation with these players. We are Chelsea, we are a big club -we have to fight". "We've been in good form recently which is why it's so disappointing".

"We will need to show our character, our tactical skills and our talent".

"Morata is out, because he's a bit exhausted and there is a problem in his back".

Town's Elias Kachunga (L) in action with Chelsea's Tiemoue Bakayoko during the English premier league soccer match between Huddersfield Town and Chelsea at the John Smiths Stadium in Huddersfield, Britain, 12 December 2017.

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A quite brilliant Chelsea performance earned all three points at Huddersfield Town tonight as goals from Tiemoure Bakayoko, Willian and Pedro humbled the Terriers.A glancing header by Laurent depoitre, the last touch of the game was a minor consolation for the home side.

Huddersfield recorded a much needed win last weekend as they turned over Brighton 2-0.

A long-range effort by Mathias Zanka on 63 minutes was the closet in the game the home side had to an effort on the Chelsea goal, but the stinger sailed helplessly over Thibaut Courtois's crossbar.

"I saw a lot of positive things, but one negative was to concede at the end and we must improve in this because it is important to keep clean sheets, for the goalkeeper and the team".

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"Chelsea have got talent in abundance".

"We did well today, the fans are happy, we are happy - let's move forward for the game against Southampton".

"But we feel we can cause any team problems here".

The result takes the reigning champions level on 35 points with second place Manchester United, but are seven goals worse off than the Red Devils, who host Bournemouth tomorrow night. It was a much-needed triumph for David Wagner's men after a hard period in which they had been overcome by Bournemouth (0-4), Manchester City (1-2), Arsenal (0-5) and Everton (0-2), with the Terriers climbing to 11th place in the standings.

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