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Chelsea's Maurizo Sarri: I hope Alvaro Morata's goal can 'restart' season

LONDON -- Maurizio Sarri said he hopes Alvaro Morata can "restart" his season after breaking his scoring duck in Chelsea's 1-0 win over Vidi in the Europa League.

Morata latched onto Willian's flick-on from an inviting Cesc Fabregas cross in the 70th minute to poke the winning goal beyond Tomas Tujvel, having missed a gilt-edged opportunity to break the deadlock when he sent a close-range dink wide in the first half.

Relief rather than joy was the Spaniard's reaction when the ball hit the back of...

Barcelona's Jordi Alba overlooked for Spain squad for 'sporting reasons' - Luis Enrique

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe and the FC panel agree that Luis Enrique's Spain have flipped the script on the old tiki-taka style of play.
Steve Nicol and Brian McBride react to Spain's relentless domination of World Cup runners-up Croatia in a surprising UEFA Nations League result.
Croatia suffered their worst-ever defeat in international competition as Luis Enrique earned his first victory on home soil for Spain.

Spain coach Luis Enrique refused to answer questions regarding his continued omission of Barcelona left-back Jordi Alba from the national squad, but said his decisions are based purely on sporting reasons.

A regular under Luis Enrique's predecessor Julen Lopetegui and a starter at the World Cup in Russia, Alba assisted three goals in Barca's 4-2 win over Tottenham on Wednesday.

Left out of Luis Enrique's first squad selection, he has again not been included by his former Barca boss for upcoming...

Daniel Sturridge rescues Liverpool a point while Eden Hazard outshines Mohamed Salah

Daniel Sturridge scored a breathtaking goal in the final minute to keep Liverpool undefeated in the Premier League this season.

LONDON -- Three points from Stamford Bridge on Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Liverpool in the Premier League:

1. Sturridge rescues a point for Liverpool

Daniel Sturridge extended Liverpool's unbeaten start to the Premier League season by salvaging a point for Jurgen Klopp's team with a goal just three minutes after coming on as a substitute against Chelsea.

Liverpool had looked set to lose for the first time in the league this season after falling behind to Eden Hazard's 25th-minute opener at Stamford...

Alvaro Morata's struggles continue while Andreas Christensen impresses at PAOK

Chelsea's Europa League travel adventure got off to a winning start as the London club maintained their 100 percent start to the season by beating Greek top-flight side PAOK 1-0 in an atmosphere-laden Toumba Stadium.

Blues boss Maurizio Sarri named a strong starting XI and was rewarded early on when captain for night Willian scored a well-crafted goal. The margin of victory should have been far wider, but Chelsea were guilty of some woeful finishing with misfiring striker Alvaro Morata the main...

Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri to rotate Alvaro Morata, Olivier Giroud over long season

Maurizio Sarri feels Eden Hazard is the best player in Europe following his hat trick display against Cardiff City.
Eden Hazard's second-ever hat trick for Chelsea helped lead his team to a comfortable 4-1 win over Cardiff, at Stamford Bridge.

Maurizio Sarri said he will need both Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata on form to keep Chelsea on track in all competitions after Giroud impressed against Cardiff City on his first Premier League start of the season.

Morata was an unused substitute as Eden Hazard's hat trick propelled Chelsea to a 4-1 victory at Stamford Bridge, with Giroud impressing despite failing to score.

Giroud assisted each of Hazard's first two goals with intelligent lay-offs and provided a polished focal point for Chelsea's...

From escape rooms to new rules, Luis Enrique kicks off a new era for Spain

MADRID -- Luis Enrique bundled his players into three black vans with tinted windows and without a word, he drove them to a secret location where he locked them in a room with a serial killer.

Spain's new manager has a reputation for extreme discipline and this was the week when everyone seemed preoccupied with punishment, but this was different. This was role play: an Escape Room game on Gran Vía in central Madrid, where the national team players had exactly 60 minutes to get away from San...