'Batshuayi is ready to start' - Conte backs Chelsea striker

'Batshuayi is ready to start' - Conte backs Chelsea striker

'Batshuayi is ready to start' - Conte backs Chelsea striker

Eden Hazard's first Premier League goal of the season guided Chelsea to a 1-0 win over Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium, leaving Conte charting an upward curve for the weeks ahead. When you play this kind of game you just need to win.

Chelsea match-winner against AFC Bournemouth, Eden Hazard said he likes playing against Eddie Howe's side as the former PFA Players' Player of the Year victor was instrumental in picking up valuable 3 points for Antonio Conte's side away from home.

"We are first in our group in the Champions League".

"They try to create problems between me, the club and the players".

"I hope to do this very soon because Drinkwater is nearly ready and Kante is at the stage nearly to come back with us".

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Chelsea will still head into the game as favourites, given the two teams' positions in the league, but the champions have looked vulnerable recently and Bournemouth have momentum. "All the team deserve this, we did well defensively, offensively also".

"It is not good that this person has to send me a message to tell me, "I am sorry but this is not true, I am sorry, if you want to do an interview, I am ready".

"Honestly, I'm happy with his commitment, his desire, his will to fight", said Conte, of Morata.

The Belgium global has shown a good deal more promise in the early weeks of this campaign, scoring seven times in 11 matches, and played a key role off the bench as Chelsea beat Watford last weekend.

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe admitted the Cherries are becoming increasingly "concerned" by letting promising performances go unrewarded, having won just twice in 10 games to remain 19th. It's a commonly used word.

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