LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 04: Alvaro Morata of Chelsea celebrates after scoring his team's first goal with Willian of Chelsea during the UEFA Europa League Group L match between Chelsea and Vidi FC at Stamford Bridge on October 4, 2018 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas revealed a little bit more about Alvaro Morata’s struggle with the Blues, and how much that goal meant to him.

Last Thursday we spoke about how complicated life at Chelsea was for Alvaro Morata in recent months, Cesc Fabregas told us a little bit more about this struggle before the striker scored his goal against Vidi FC.

The former Real Madrid player missed a couple of chances that sparked the jeers from Stamford Bridge, from a part of the supporters who were fed up with Morata’s poor form in the last couple of months for Chelsea.

Fortunately for Alvaro, he was able to score the winning goal and Cesc Fabregas helped him do it.

“Alvaro will [remember this game] I’m sure, it was very important for him. You can feel he was trying to be a little bit nervous about the situation. He was stressing out a bit, so the goal will do him a lot of good,” said Fabregas after the match at Stamford Bridge.

“I think this happens to all the strikers, they want to score goals. That’s their nature. I’ve never felt it as it is not my game.”

“But I feel for them when they don’t score goals, especially Alvaro as I have a good relationship with him and I know that he suffers as he cares a lot.”

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“That’s very important he cares as he wants to do really well in football. Sometimes it happens and sometimes not, but I’m very happy for him.”

“We believe in him, we believe in everyone. Definitely, it’s up to him to keep trying as he’s doing and behaving in the way he does.”

“His attitude is spot on and he always tries his best. We are delighted and hopefully this is the first of many.”