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Transfer Rater: Morata to Juventus

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 By Mark Worrall

Olivier Giroud, Alvaro Morata prove their worth as Chelsea reach FA Cup final

Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata were on target for Chelsea, who punched their ticket to a 13th FA Cup final and a showdown with Man United.
Alvaro Morata, right, replaces Olivier Giroud in Chelsea's FA Cup semifinal win over Southampton.
Goals from Olivier Giroud, left, and Alvaro Morata carried Chelsea into the FA Cup final.

Chelsea coasted into the FA Cup final with a comfortable 2-0 win over Southampton on Sunday.

Having failed to take their chances in a scoreless first half, the Blues went in front immediately after the break when swashbuckling striker Olivier Giroud muscled his way through the Saints defence and netted with aplomb. Alvaro Morata replaced Giroud with 10 minutes left and sealed victory for Antonio Conte's side with a fine headed goal. A breathless end to the match saw Charlie Austin hit the post...

 By Michael Cox

Giroud, Morata put Chelsea in FA Cup final at Southampton's expense

Chelsea were just sharp enough to beat Southampton and book their FA Cup final spot.

LONDON -- Three thoughts from the FA Cup semifinal as Chelsea edged Southampton 2-0 to set up a date with Manchester United.

1. Giroud the hero, but Morata also on target

It still feels strange to see Olivier Giroud in the blue of Chelsea rather than the red of Arsenal. Less than a year ago, he provided a game-changing moment in the FA Cup final here for his former employers against his current employers: a brilliant chipped cross for Aaron Ramsey's headed winner. Now, his superb goal here gives...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea can build on recent positive momentum in FA Cup semi-final vs. Southampton

ESPN's Alison Bender previews the FA Cup semi-final matches where Chelsea take on Southampton and Manchester United face Tottenham.
Antonio Conte insisted Chelsea are not already in the FA Cup final, despite playing relegation candidates Southampton in the semi-final.

Chelsea's 2-1 victory over Burnley on Thursday night was full of surprises.

For a start, Antonio Conte chose to make six changes from the side that won 3-2 at Southampton on Saturday to make a mockery of the old maxim of never tinkering with a winning team. Given the Italian's general reluctance to rotate his squad, the amount of alterations raised a few eyebrows and seemed to indicate that his focus was firmly on Sunday's FA Cup semi-final with Southampton rather than carrying on fighting for a...

Chelsea, Southampton learn true value of a No. 9 in calamitous campaigns

The ESPN FC guys debate whether Alvaro Morata is overrated or just a bad fit for Chelsea.
With Chelsea on the outside looking in when it comes to the UCL next season, the FC crew examine who's to blame for their underwhelming campaign.

It could be their last meeting for years. Southampton and Chelsea are separated by 13 places now and could be divided by a division next season. Southampton have gone 42 years without a trophy. Chelsea's last came just 11 months ago.

Yet if more divides than unites Sunday's FA Cup semifinalists, there is a shared sense this season has been underwhelming. Striking failures are a reason for that. They made it strange that last week's meeting ended 3-2; more typically, however, was that neither...

 By Mark Worrall

Victor Moses 9/10, Alvaro Morata 5/10 as Chelsea beat Burnley, inch closer to fourth

Chelsea made the most of Tottenham's draw against Brighton and are now five points away from a Champions League position with four games to play.
With Chelsea on the outside looking in when it comes to the UCL next season, the FC crew examine who's to blame for their underwhelming campaign.
Chelsea made the most of Tottenham's draw against Brighton and are now five points away from a Champions League position with four games to play.

Chelsea edged out Burnley 2-1 in a highly entertaining game of football at Turf Moor. The Blues always held the upper hand in respect to possession and it was no surprise when they took the lead in the 20th minute, Kevin Long putting through his own goal via a Victor Moses cross. The Clarets had no intention of lying down though and battled back to level somewhat fortunately, when Ashley Barnes deflected a speculative shot from Johann Berg Gudmundsson past Thibaut Courtois. The game was won five...

Chelsea earn victory despite Alvaro Morata's misery continuing at Burnley

Chelsea made the most of Tottenham's draw against Brighton and are now five points away from a Champions League position with four games to play.
Chelsea made the most of Tottenham's draw against Brighton and are now five points away from a Champions League position with four games to play.
With Chelsea on the outside looking in when it comes to the UCL next season, the FC crew examine who's to blame for their underwhelming campaign.

BURNLEY, England -- Three quick thoughts from Chelsea's 2-1 Premier League victory over Burnley at Turf Moor on Thursday:

1. Morata misery continues as Chelsea win at Burnley

Alvaro Morata's Chelsea nightmare hit a new low at Burnley, with the struggling forward reacting petulantly to being substituted after appearing to blow his chance of starting in Sunday's FA Cup semifinal against Southampton.

Although Chelsea maintained their faint hopes of catching Tottenham and securing a top-four finish...