Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois backs club to secure top four spot

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As long as I win and I lead my team to winning, that's when I will be really satisfied.

Morata's best chance came after just four minutes when he turned Marcos Alonso's low cross against the crossbar. At least he didn't get sent off like in 2015-16! We had to be organised, everybody had to follow the game plan and have spirit. But in the second half we were completely in control.

"You expect a bit more respect but it's the situation we're in", he told Britain's Press Association.

Despite Neville's preference, United are reportedly keen to bring in fresh talent and recently renewed contact with the representatives of Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri over a summer move, according to The Mirror. Their goal came out of nowhere.

A litany of players use Instagram on a regular basis, posting videos of themselves driving or just going about their day, but Pogba, despite being regularly attacked for his online persona, is not one of them.

He also added that it opens a little gap, not much to Chelsea, and it is a very important result for us.

Unfortunately for us, "deserve" ain't got nothing to do with it. "My view is United knew what they were getting when they signed him, and ultimately you have to play him to his strengths".

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois backs club to secure top four spot
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois backs club to secure top four spot

Manchester United return to league action with a trip to Crystal Palace next Monday. I want to win [trophies].

Arsenal now sit 10 points behind fourth placed Spurs, and after their shockingly poor showing at Wembley, it would be a courageous man who bets on them overcoming that deficit with just 10 games remaining this season.

Chelsea are fifth in the standings, six points behind United, who last finished in the league's top three positions under former manager Alex Ferguson in 2013. It was so well played, so beautifully played, that there was nothing to say.

After starting, and completing the 90 minutes, against Bournemouth and Huddersfield at home Sunday presented the Lancaster-born footballer with his biggest Premier League challenge yet in United's fabled red jersey.

"It's down to us".

Chelsea's 2017-18 season has been full of surprises, both on the positive and negative side of things.

Otherwise. well, let's not think about that right now.

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