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Alvaro Morata has had a good start to his Premier League debut season with Chelsea and has scored twelve goals for the Blues this season, having moved for a record fee of £60m from Real Madrid during the summer.

Fellow Spaniard Cesc Fabregas who has played together with Morata for Spain on multiple occasions has admitted there were some aspects of Morata’s game he was unaware of when the striker arrived at Stamford Bridge.

“Positive play, positive run, always expecting the best from your teammate,” he told Chelsea’s Youtube channel.

“I told Alvaro I did not know he had this in his locker.

“So I was actually surprised by this pass.

“It’s all about trust sometimes in football and they understand each other very, very well and they make things happen.

“You can see straight away because Alvaro attacks the space very well, and when it’s not him it’s Eden.

“I think it’s good for the team that their understanding continues.”

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