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Chelsea’s 2-2 draw with Arsenal can’t be spoken about without talking about Chelsea’s missed chances.

The Blues had a lot of clear-cut chances to have won the game, with Alvaro Morata missing three big chances.

And Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville has hit at the striker’s lack in confidence as the Spaniard missed three big chances after some wasteful finishing in the previous game against Stoke.

The story for Chelsea will be Morata,” he said on the Gary Neville Podcast.

“There were three big, big chances. There were two one-on-ones with the goalkeeper and I always think you can miss those, of course you can, they are difficult and you have a lot of time to think.

“The conviction, the purpose and the intent of knowing what you are going to do… it hasn’t quite happened.

“When you think about Thierry Henry, when he used to take one-on-ones he was always the favourite. When Morata was going through on goal tonight, you thought the goalkeeper was the favourite.”

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