Blues Drop More Points as Top Four Slips Away

TURIN ITALY- APRIL 03 Juan Cuadrado of Juventus FC is challenged by Mateo Kovacic of Real Madrid during the UEFA Champions League Quarter Final Leg One match between Juventus and Real Madrid at Allianz Stadium

Mateo Kovacic came on late in the quarter-final first leg in Turin

His disenchantment is spreading to supporters who booed at the final whistle.

Javier Hernandez's late equaliser stole West Ham United a crucial point in their fight against relegation and left Chelsea ruing their missed opportunities at Stamford Bridge.

"Some of our players had heavy legs but we still won the game when we were questioned, I really like the spirit in this team", said manager Arsene Wenger.

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"The thing is we have to start playing good football and winning games, because if we don't do that we can not get in the top four".

Chelsea had 21 chances to West Ham's four but in truth this was a poor advertisement for top flight football.

Morata did not bring his shooting boots this afternoon, and it appears like he has neglected to wear them for much of the second half of the season; Manchester United centre-back Chris Smalling, with two goals, has scored more times than the Spaniard in the Premier League in 2018.

"We can create a lot of chances but we cannot take them".

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There was still time for Stephens and Elneny to receive straight red cards within a few minutes of each other for raising their hands.

"I think in the second half we [could] finish the game [off]".

After what turned out to be a comfortable first-half, there was the ideal opportunity for the hosts to kick on and assert their dominance in the scoreline as the second period begun.

Chelsea continued to push forward and made their pressure tell in the 36 minute when Cesar Azpilicueta found himself in the right place at the right time to fire home a rebound from close range, 1-0.

"The FA Cup is a massive trophy but it's not enough for us". Morata nodded back across goal and Azpilicueta, reacting quicker than a sluggish Pablo Zabaleta, somehow plucked the ball out of the sky to prod it home. "We believed in the process and we got the result", Hart concluded.

His goal had goalkeeper Joe Hart, himself a star on Sunday, praising the diminutive striker for his desire following an worldwide call-up on the other side of the ocean.

"Everybody knows what Chicharito (Hernandez) is capable of, he's a great penalty-box striker".

Joe Hart admits West Ham face a season-defining game against Stoke next week. He's become a central player in the Hammers' first-team and caught the eye on his Ireland senior debut against Turkey last month.

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