Álvaro Morata's victor can kick-start his season, says Maurizio Sarri

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Cesc Fabregas lifted the ball up and Brazilian star Willian flicked it for Spanish striker Alvaro Morata to score the winning goal for Chelsea in the 70th minute.

Morata missed an early sitter in Thursday's Europa League tie at home to Vidi, but made amends with the victor in the second half.

"I don't know, but if he wants to cry after a goal then I hope to see him cry more often".

"Mo Salah was the best previous year, N'Golo [Kante] in the team is one of the best so we have a lot of good players".


Eden Hazard has named Mohamed Salah, Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero and N'Golo Kante as the four best players in the Premier League. In addition, the subscribers of BT Sport will be able to stream the match live on the mobile app or via online video player.

Eden Hazard has been instrumental in Chelsea's highly-impressive start to the season and Hughes admits he is a huge fan of the free-scoring forward. Sometimes you can score, sometimes not, but the performance is important.

Alvaro Morata scored the only goal of the game at Stamford Bridge but is still expected to drop to the bench after an underwhelming performance.

"We had to move very quickly to secure him, there was a lot of interest in him and rightly so".


"At the moment we have Alvaro and (Olivier) Giroud, but we have to play every three days for a long time, I think, I hope", Sarri added.

Ross Barkley nearly marked his recall to the England squad with a goal, the second-half substitute hitting the crossbar with a clever header.

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri says that Blues midfielder Ross Barkley will have a bright future ahead of him for both club and country if he continues to improve. I think it was important three points.


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