Published: Mon, August 14, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Alvaro Morata impact not enough as Burnley stun Chelsea

Alvaro Morata impact not enough as Burnley stun Chelsea

Burnley were 3-0 up before half-time, Vokes scoring either side of Stephen Ward's goal, and although Chelsea threatened to claim a share of the spoils, the visitors held on to all three points.

"Chelsea have players of such calibre" said Dyche after the match, and believes that "nobody gave Burnley a chance". Disjointed and embarrassed in the first half, Chelsea threatened to mount the most unlikely of comebacks in a stirring second-half display, but just failed to overcome their numerical disadvantage.

Speaking at his news conference before Chelsea's opener against Burnley on Saturday, Conte said: "Michy is working very well, he is putting 120 per cent in every moment during the training session and during the game".

Chelsea's hopes of a fightback were hit when Cesc Fabregas received a second yellow card, although David Luiz extended the hope with a late goal from Morata's flick.

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"I prefer not to comment on the referee's decisions".

"In recent games we have finished with nine or 10 men". Given Conte's publicly-expressed misgivings about Chelsea FC's squad depth, the coming suspensions for Cahill and Fabregas will not make next week's trip to 2017 runners-up Tottenham any less of a headache for the Blues.

"That's why I think it's harsh, but I've had many replays to see it looks harsh". " Despite a great result, the manager still recognised some errors, citing "two soft goals we gave away" but nevertheless "a very good win is pleasing" for him".

Injuries to key players, frustration in the transfer market, and now a surprise 3-2 home loss on the opening weekend of the season to Burnley, a team that were expected to be among the candidates for relegation.

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"To start the season with two red cards and a bad result is not good", admitted new defender Antonio Rudiger. Heavily backed to lose, the Terriers came away with a 3-0 win and sit top of a nascent Premier League table.

But things got worse from Chelsea when Cesc Fabregas also received his marching orders in the 81st minute to make things even more hard for the home side as Conte's men played with nine men towards the end of the game.

Two years ago, Chelsea drew with Swansea City 2-2 at home in the first match of its league title defense and quickly unraveled.

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