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Chelsea vs. Burnley: Highlights and recap

Chelsea vs. Burnley: Highlights and recap

Chelsea controlled the first 13 minutes, but saw a major obstacle in the 14th minute when Gary Cahill went studs up into Steven Defour.

"We must pay attention and try to keep our heads the rest of the game".

"Instead we conceded three goals and the second half was very hard to change the result, despite the great commitment, the great desire, the great will of my players".

Mounie put the icing on the cake with a second goal in the 78th minute after a first term in which Huddersfield could have been even further ahead before the game opened up.

"I blame Antonio Conte's tracksuit, if he wears his normal clothes he wins that game today, simple as that".

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"It was a pity because our fight in the second half was very good", Conte said.

Substitute Alvaro Morata pulled one back in the second half, and he assisted David Luiz as Chelsea grabbed another, despite Fabregas picking up a second yellow card.

The Blues trailed Burnley by three goals in the opening 45 minutes - and although they mustered a comeback in the second half, they only succeeded in making the scoreline look respectable at 2-3.

"Alvaro has a good space to improve himself". I'm not anxious because we have to trust in our work and today there were three injured players, Pedro, Hazard, Bakayoko, and one player missing for a ban, [Victor] Moses.

Burnley forward Sam Vokes has revealed his "delight" after scoring twice in Saturday's 3-2 victory at Chelsea in the Premier League. "But we are not naive - we know this is only the start of the season".

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Antonio Conte's side steadied themselves after conceding, but an bad five minutes before halftime saw Burnley triple their lead.

Turns out Morata can play, and his diving header met a classy bit of playmaking from Willian to make it 3-1 in the 69th minute.

Batshuayi lasted an hour before being replaced by the Chelsea new boy. And your first away win is important after last season [not getting one until April], so it kills a few things off early doors.

"In the last three official games we have finished with nine or 10 men".

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