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Chelsea to be without suspended Cahill, Fabregas for Tottenham match

13 Agosto 2017

I don't want to comment on the referee, absolutely not.

"In my career", he said, "I worked always with great pressure and, I repeat, it's normal to have this type of pressure, the most important thing is to face the pressure in the right way and sometimes you are more serious, sometimes you laugh, but it's important to have the habit to face the pressure".

While it remains very early days in his Chelsea career, the signs are so far encouraging that Morata, 24, will provide an effective attacking focal point and prove an able successor to Diego Costa, whose 20 goals last season played such a significant role in the club's title success. "I have to try to adapt a new system and to anticipate this situation of playing with nine or 10 men in the next game".

Meanwhile, Sean Dyche was generous in victory, with the Burnley manager swatting aside the suggestion his players might have sensed some vulnerability in the champions at the start of the match. "Instead we conceded three goals and despite a good second half performance it was difficult to change the result".

But Rudiger say the derby provides Chelsea will an ideal opportunity to erase the bitter taste of the Burnley loss. We have still got a team that needs to keep moving forwards.

Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney marked his top-flight return to Everton after 13 years by scoring the winner against Stoke and his 199th goal in the Premier League.

"We were sloppy at times but we ground the result out and we're delighted as a result", Vokes told reporters.

Chelsea are the league's best team when it comes to opening the season. That didn't stop the Blues from making it 3-2, as Morata flicked onto Luiz for a cool finish.(NBC Sports). This game was the English Super Cup against Arsenal, which Chelsea lost in a series of penalty shoot-outs.

Chelsea's pre-season has had echoes of Mourinho's final summer at the club with Conte criticisng the board for their lack of success in the transfer market.