Michael Owen states his prediction for Chelsea FC v Southampton

Michael Owen states his prediction for Chelsea FC v Southampton

Javier Howell
April 21, 2018

The Spanish global has scored just one goal from his last 10 Premier League games and his lack of productivity in front of goal was compounded after he missed a clear cut chance to extend Chelsea's lead in the second-half at Turf Moor.

Southampton's next Premier League match is on 28 April when they host Bournemouth - one of four remaining games of the season.

Moses who now boasts of three Premier League goals this term would be hoping to help the Roman Army into the FA Cup final when they tackle Southampton on Sunday.

"We have this opportunity to play at Wembley and to win against Southampton to play an important final for the second time in a row". "We deserved to win". I think he was very angry with himself.

"[It was good] to see Giroud and Morata play this way, a good combination, a good link between them, but also the way they press without the ball", the former Juventus manager said. I used to be more than happy to see this efficiency from the entire crew as a result of tonight we confirmed nice crew spirit'. One thing is sure when Willian or Eden [Hazard] don't play we just try to give everything for the team.

Chelsea didn't let that equalizer stop them.

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The Blues' wing-back managed to chip over a decent cross but it appeared that keeper Nick Pope would deal with it, only for him to push the ball against his own defender Long and into his own goal.

It was much the same story for the first 10 minutes of the second half, the Clarets winning the battle for territory but failing to test Thibaut Courtois.

When Morata was substituted 15 minutes later, his reaction on the bench suggested a player not completely content.

Both Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud were on the pitch against Sean Dyche's side as the Pensioners managed to win the match 2-1 in the end.

The hosts briefly threatened to fight their way back into the game on the half-hour, but a period of prolonged adventure yielded nothing more than a half-chance for Barnes. "We are doing fantastic but still there is a gap in front of teams like us and many other teams", he added, praising the way his team took the game on after falling behind.