English Premier League: Chelsea beat Burnley; Saints draw Leicester

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Cape Town - Alvaro Morata has apologised for storming off the pitch as he was substituted for Eden Hazard in the 2-1 Premier League win over Burnley on Thursday night.

"The only way to keep a hope for us is to try to get three points in every game", said the Chelsea boss. I used to be more than happy to see this efficiency from the entire crew as a result of tonight we confirmed nice crew spirit'.

Moses, who scored the Blues' winning goal in the encounter in the 70th minute after stabbing home Emerson Palmieri's cross, also had a hand in the first with Kevin Long diverting his cross into the net. This was the first time we try it and we had good responses.

The Nigerian global set up the first goal and scored the second himself as Chelsea won 2-1 at Burnley to move within five points of London rival Tottenham, which occupies the fourth and final Champions League qualification place with four matches left.

The Stamford Bridge outfit claimed a 2-1 victory over Sean Dyche 's after manager Antonio Conte experimented a new formation which accommodates Giroud and Morata in the same lineup.

"I was broadcasting in the states during the game and I was really hard on Chelsea and told the viewers that it was an embarrassing first half, that they were just strolling around not looking like they had any desire".

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"So there were certainly no disappointments, we were playing a top side and we are getting closer".

"We've moved forward a long way but there's still a gap between clubs like ourselves and the top six". One of the best ways to prepare for Sunday's sport was profitable.

Joey Gudmundsson's long-range effort was heading well wide until it deflected off Ashley Barnes to completely wrong-foot Chelsea 'keeper Thibaut Courtois.

Moses then settled Chelsea nerves in the 69th minute when he beat the unsighted Pope at his near post with a firm right-footed shot from 10 meters.

While obviously simply frustrated by another fruitless run-out (he has one league goal since December), Morata still felt the need to come out and explain/apologise for his most minor of hissy fits after the match...

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