Alvaro Morata helps Chelsea in a tough victory over Crystal Palace


Alvaro Morata scored two goals as unbeaten Chelsea, who moved up to second in the Premier League, winning 3: 3 against Crystal Palace on Sunday.

After Liverpool won on Saturday at Arsenal, Chelsea knew that victory would send them in second place, and forward in the Spanish national team Morata saw them on the road with two intelligent endings.

At first, the 26-year-old skillfully controlled and converted Pedro's cross in the 32nd minute, after which – after equalizing Andros Townsend – often painted Morata came home from a narrow angle in the 65th minute, when he scored the fourth goal in four league games.

Pedro then sealed the victory five minutes later, glancing in the field to change Marcos Alonso's 70th minute for Chelsea, who also welcomed Eden Hazard as the substitute for the second half.

Chelsea, one of the three undefeated teams, has 27 points out of 11 matches – two less than the Manchester City leaders – and leads third in the table with a difference in goals.

In the meantime, Palace won twice in the league this season and remains in the 14th place with eight points.


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