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Alvaro Morata fires warning at Chelsea’s Premier League rivals

The Sport Review Monday, 25 September 2017 ()
Alvaro Morata believes that Chelsea have sent out a firm warning to the rest of the Premier League with their 4-0 thrashing of Stoke on Saturday. The Blues were in great form against the Potters as Morata hit a hat-tick to add to Pedro’s goal and hand Antonio Conte’s men the three points at the […]

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