Chelsea vs Burnley, Premier League 2017/18, live football score and live updates

Chelsea vs Burnley, Premier League 2017/18, live football score and live updates

Chelsea vs Burnley, Premier League 2017/18, live football score and live updates

Spanish global Alvaro Morata came from the bench to score the first goal for the Blues in the 69th minutes before David Luiz netted at the death as the match ended 3-2 in favor of Burnley.

Bookmakers, with one eye on making headlines, have Conte as 7-2 favourite to follow Mourinho's lead and get the sack the season after winning the title at Chelsea.

"If we are able to stay in the game, then anything can happen in the second half, but instead we conceded three goals".

While Antonio Conte has added to his squad this summer with the major signings of Alvaro Morata, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Antonio Rudiger, they've also continued to let players leave the club.

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Mooy's Huddersfield travelled to London for their first top-flight clash in nearly five decades and came away with three points after a 3-0 win over Crystal Palace. "We have still got a team that needs to keep moving forwards".

The Blues striker was named on the bench for Chelsea's opening game of their title defence as Belgian forward Michy Batshuayi started up front for the champions.

With the home crowd in full voice, however, they were unable to capitalise and it was Sergio Aguero who finally broke the deadlock on 70 minutes before a Lewis Dunk own goal sealed the points five minutes later.

Morata had just 30 minutes to somehow help spark a revival from three-goals down and pulled one back in the 70th minute with a neat header, diving in to nod Willian's cross into the far corner.

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"The equaliser was offside".

Frank de Boer made a losing start as Palace manager after a Joel Ward own goal and a Steve Mounie double earned Huddersfield a 3-0 win on their return to the top flight after an absence of 45 years. "They have Koeman, he for me is a good coach, and a good club".

Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney marked his top-flight return to Everton after 13 years by scoring the victor against Stoke and his 199th goal in the Premier League.

Ahmed Hegazi scored in his debut for West Brom, on loan from Egypt's Al Ahly.

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Last season left ambiguous conclusions on the game team Burnley.

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