Chelsea urge fans to stop singing 'offensive' Alvaro Morata song

Chelsea urge fans to stop singing 'offensive' Alvaro Morata song

Chelsea urge fans to stop singing 'offensive' Alvaro Morata song

Chelsea football club began their Premier League title defense with an absolutely atrocious first half, but since that opening 45 minutes, they have outscored their opponents 8-2.

Leicester sprung into action after the goal and started to foray into Chelsea's half and were awarded a penalty when Jamie Vardy was clipped by Courtois inside the penalty box.

However, they will indeed be doing so on Saturday - though in Chelsea's colours, rather than Leicester's.

"So we're all right with that I think", Vardy said via The Irish Independent.

Conte said: "N'Golo, I think he played an incredible game". The last time the teams at King Power played at the beginning of this year, then Chelsea won 0-3.

It was heard during their win against Leicester on Saturday and Morata later indicated he wanted fans to clean up the content of their chants.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte was asked about the song and its content at a post-match press conference but head of communications and public affairs Steve Atkins quickly stepped in.

The Chelsea victory means the Blues are third in the Premier League, one point behind the two Manchester giants, City and United. It is important to see he is improving, improving his weaknesses. N'Golo Kante became the unlikely source for the 2nd goal - scoring from 25 yards out!

Vardy, 30, has been a remarkable success story in recent years, rising from non-league football with the likes of Stocksbridge Park Steels, Halifax Town and Fleetwood Town, to become a Premier League star. "We had a chance and a minute later they go down the other end and score".

He'd just come off the back of a miraculous Premier League-winning campaign in which he'd scored 24 goals, and the in-demand striker gave serious thought to a London move.

"I am good but the most important thing is we are not in the first places and we look forward to moving ahead in the table".

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