Morata says was destined to play under Conte at Chelsea

Conte will have noted the lack of focus from his players at the start of the game and that should inform his preparations for the defence of the Premier League title. "Now, we must go on".

Morata also displayed a bit of his passing and dribbling skills, linking up quite well with the other Chelsea attackers.

There's plenty to get excited about this lunchtime as Chelsea take on Bayern Munich in what looks like a mouth watering prospect at the National Stadium in Singapore, as the International Champions Cup continues (KO 12:35 GMT).

Now in Singapore to face Bayern Munich on Tuesday, the former Italy and Juventus boss continues to be impressed by the level of support his side receives. I was a player and I know the difference, he didn't go to win the ball.


To this day Di Santo remains a decent player and an admirably hard worker as he has become a fan favourite at Schalke, but at Chelsea his record of 0 goals in 8 appearances speaks volumes in terms of this list.

Conte noted that preparing for the upcoming season while on tour overseas has become more of the norm for big football clubs.

"I know Antonio wanted me in the past and I really want to work with Antonio, and finally destiny put us together", Morata told Chelsea's official website.

Alvaro Morata made his Chelsea debut after coming on as a substitute in the 70th minute as he made his impact on the game nearly immediately. "I hope to see the same passion tomorrow".


Conte added that he wasn't too concerned with his side's performance at this stage of their pre-season preparations.

Then, there were a couple of nice shows of his fancy footwork and deceptive pace, with the Spain worldwide setting up a risky attack by skipping past Milos Pantovic in the middle of the park before drawing a foul from the same player after a surge up the left wing.

After signing the contract, Morata said, "I'm so happy to be here".

Chelsea improved before half time with Conte's men creating chances on the break and Alonso then smashed home Victor Moses'cross as the Blues trailed 3-1 at the interval.



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