'It's unfair' - Silva says Watford should have beaten Chelsea

'It's unfair' - Silva says Watford should have beaten Chelsea

Javier Howell
October 22, 2017

Chelsea was without a win since September after league losses to City and Crystal Palace.

Michy Batshuayi scored! The Chelsea player who came in as a substitution scored his first goal in the match at the 71st minute.

'When you play three games in a row and it is the same players you have to make an important decision.

Chelsea began the day fifth in the table, a place and two points behind Watford.

The visitors were the more dominant team in large periods of the Premier League clash, and led 2-1 in the second half after goals from Abdoulaye Doucoure and Roberto Pereyra overturned Pedro's early long-range strike.

Batshuayi had headed in an equaliser for the champions midway through the second half after the home side fell behind to two Watford goals either side of half-time to suggest the possibility of a third consecutive Premier League defeat.

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"We had clear chances to finish the match at 3-1 but they achieved an unfair result. I think everyone saw this on the pitch".

There had been concerns Cesc Fabregas would be Antonio Conte's only fit central midfielder for the game against Marco Silva's side, with Bakayoko picking up a knock against Roma on Wednesday to add to long-term injuries to N'Golo Kante and Danny Drinkwater.

For all of Watford's bright work in the opening 10 minutes, it was Chelsea that made the breakthrough in the 12th minute when Pedro found the back of the away side's net with a curling effort from outside the area.

Watford began the second half much as it had ended the first and took the lead early on when Richarlison picked out an unmarked Pereyra, who drilled the ball past Thibaut Courtois.

Chelsea right-back Azpilicueta pops up at the left-hand post to meet a peach of a cross from Willian, guiding a downward header past Heurelho Gomes at the 87th minutes to get the third goal.