Chelsea 4/5 to win against Leicester City in Saturday's Premier League clash

Morata urges Chelsea fans to scrap controversial new chant
Morata urges Chelsea fans to scrap controversial new chant
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11 September, 2017

Chelsea beat Leicester City 2-1 away in the fourth round of games of the 2017/18 English Premier League season.

Chelsea will meet Arsenal in the Premier League next Sunday at Stamford Bridge, live on Sky Sports Premier League HD, with the Blues looking for their sixth successive home victory over Arsene Wenger's side.

Cesar Azpilicueta provided the superb assist and the former Real Madrid and Juventus forward wasted no time to nod home the first goal. It's good to have some new players in the team'.

Kante scored the decisive goal in the game which sealed the win for Chelsea after Jamie Vardy equalised from the penalty spot.

Pedro was delighted with Chelsea's victory over Leicester City.

A statement read: "Kick It Out is aware of alleged antisemitic chanting by supporters of Chelsea FC in their Premier League fixture at Leicester City".

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Antonio Conte says even though he is happy for Alvaro Morata scoring, it's the performance that matters at this time.

"I had an unbelievable year here but when I come I try to win and today was important and I am happy to score".

"We must be satisfied. now we are trying to involve new players with the older players and this is a process".

It was believed that the Toffees midfielder had undergone a medical with the Premier League champions, however, he has since denied taking one as he was unable to contact the Italian. "For me, it's very important to see he's improving and always more involved in our idea of football.

We are moving up the table which is very good for us".

That being said, the 26-year-old, who was crowned the PFA Player of the Year in 2016/17, received a rapturous welcome from the fans as the teams sheets were called out. We were in total control and could have scored more goals.


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