Five lessons from the Premier League

PMB- Stoke last PL game

"I think he's a good signing for Chelsea because Alvaro is only 24-years-old".

Crouch was perhaps fortunate only to see yellow for a high tackle on Fabregas, but the accolades will go to Morata, with his six goals and two assists from his first six top-flight games equalling Diego Costa's club record for goal involvements. He is a very polite player, I like this, also I like that he's a good finisher, he feels the goal in every moment.

Former Chelsea defender Frank Sinclair believes Manchester United have not yet presented a compelling Premier League title case, despite being second in the table only on goal difference. "Now he has a great chance to show that he is a really good striker".

"This league is not easy, especially for the striker". I think he is showing that he is a really complete player.

Morata was also on target in Chelsea's last away game in a 2-1 success against Leicester. During the game there's a lot of contact, you must be prepared for this type of contact.

The Blues hammered Stoke 4-0 at the Bet365 Stadium, with Morata netting a hat-trick.

Morata has adapted well to life in the Premier League since his £60 million move from Real Madrid in the summer and his manager feels his predatory instincts are truly impressive.

"I am pleased for Alvaro's performance, pleased for the performance of the team".

"We are trying to work very hard with him, to adapt himself in our style of football, our idea. Now he has overcome his injury and we have to play three games so, yes, there is the possibility to pick him".

The win extends Stoke's wait for a victory to five matches across all competitions, whereas Chelsea are now unbeaten in seven games and have won their opening three away fixtures of a league season for the first time since 2009. "We were surgical, sometimes the ball doesn't want to get in, this time we were more surgical".



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