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Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata asks for respect after anti-Semitic chant

12 Setiembre 2017

This chant was adapted from a regularly sung mantra by Chelsea fans against their English rival team in the Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur, a club associated with a Jewish following.

"The club and the players appreciate the fans' passionate support away from home".

'It's very important to score, for a striker you start at a new team and people have high expectations.

Morata found the net for the third time, since joining from Real Madrid against the former Premier League champions. "But I think we must pay great attention in the future".

Kick It Out, English football's anti-discrimination organisation, have also condemned the song and called for those responsible to be banned.

A handful of the Blues' 3,000 travelling supporters took part in a song that was abusive towards Jews during the club's 2-1 win over Leicester on Saturday.

This displays a shockingly poor capacity of his own physical space and a rather ungraceful nature.

The most obvious demonstration of Kanté's progression came five minutes into the second half when he struck what turned out to be the winning goal, receiving the ball 30 yards out and lashing a low shot into the bottom corner. Antonio Ruddier is a phenomenal athlete who will eventually meld with the rest of the Chelsea back-line. The £39.7m summer recruit from Monaco occasionally makes dangerous bursts forward but is confined mostly to patrol duty.

Courtois gave Leicester a lifeline just after the hour mark, bringing down Vardy as he slid to intercept the ball at his near post, allowing the England striker to fire home from the penalty spot despite the Belgium goalkeeper getting a touch.

At his pre-match press conference, ahead of their Champions League opener against FK Qarabag, manager Antonio Conte echoed the club's sentiment, labeling the chant as "unacceptable".

It may have surprised some Chelsea supporters that Morata has demonstrated one particular strength in attacking areas.

On the day where all the build-up was about Danny Drinkwater's instant return to Leicester, it was this other former fox who stole the show.

Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata asks for respect after anti-Semitic chant