The Blues had been made to paintings arduous for the victory as their misfiring striker ended his mini objective drought
Alvaro Morata in the end discovered the objective within the Europa League as Chelsea beat Hungarian champions Vidi 1-Zero at Stamford Bridge.
Morata ignored a bunch of possibilities within the opening Staff L win at PAOK in Greece two weeks in the past and spurned a wonderful alternative within the first 1/2 on Thursday evening.
The 25-year-old made amends with 20 mins to head, however handiest after Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri had became to Eden Danger in a bid to damage a impasse which stood because of the Blues’ wasteful completing.
Pedro fed his compatriot, who took one contact and prodded his moment over goalkeeper Tomas Tujvel, however vast of the objective.
Morata regarded desperately wanting self belief right through, however discovered redemption within the second-half.
Cesc Fabregas’ pass from the correct channel used to be flicked on by way of Willian and Morata were given in entrance of his marker to prod the ball in for his moment objective of the season.
Vidi may had been degree when exchange Istvan Kovacs stole in at the back of the Chelsea defence, forcing Kepa Arrizabalaga into a sensible save overdue on, as a supposedly simple evening proved anything else however at Stamford Bridge.
However, Chelsea construct a three-point lead on the best of Staff L with two wins from two video games.
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