Published: Fri, April 28, 2017
Sport | By Desiree Waters

Chelsea beat Southampton 4-2 in EPL

Chelsea beat Southampton 4-2 in EPL

After a rampant first season in England in 2014/15 when he scored 20 league goals for Chelsea, Costa was among the players who most openly clashed with then manager Jose Mourinho last season and angry fans booed him after Mourinho was sacked. For this reason I must be pleased.

Chelsea's 2-1 loss at home to Palace was followed a fortnight later by their defeat to Manchester United, two results that reopened the title race and led some to wonder whether the Blues were feeling the pressure.

In the end we all rather hate on no one from our own team, pushing the whole squad for the glory! Because against United we lost three points and then you had to prepare (for) a semi-final against Tottenham.

"It's important to continue to stay together and to understand this moment and to be ready to push our team in the right way".

Speaking to Sport1, Schweinsteiger said: "Players like him are very important in a league like MLS. The goals are their life", said Conte, whose side visit sixth-place Everton on Sunday. I was always confident about him.

Eden Hazard and Gary Cahill scored in the first half for Chelsea, while former Blues Oriol Romeu and Ryan Bertrand replied for Saints as Conte's men conceded for an 11th successive Premier League game.

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And yet the west London club seemed so relaxed about its advantage that captain John Terry had been brought on for his first league appearance since November and first since announcing he would be leaving at the end of the season.

"If you play as well as we did, we can take a lot from the game", he said. I want to play, to kick the ball.

The 36-year-old recently announced that he's set to leave Stamford Bridge after two decades of world-class service in the Blues outfit, which obviously gave all Chelsea fans some proud and emotional goosebumps when he was subbed on for the final ten minutes of the game.

Arter says Terry would be welcome on the south coast, suggesting he can help Bournemouth establish themselves as a mainstay of the Premier League.

Hazard's performances this season saw him nominated for the PFA Player of the Year award, which was won by team-mate N'Golo Kante.

However, Southampton manager Claude Puel has boldly claimed to possess a player who is "not far off" from the recent PFA Player of the Year victor, in the form of ex-Chelsea star Oriol Romeu. Jose Mourinho's Blues were machine-like up until Christmas, missing out on just eleven points and scoring as many goals as Manuel Pellegrini's free-firing Manchester City with almost 2.2 per game, but a 5-3 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on New Year's Day obliged a change in strategy from the Portuguese. "The best players in the world don't exist without the team".

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