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By Gary Watton
August 24 2016

Michy Batshuayi was afforded his first Chelsea start and underlined his credentials as an expert goal poacher by scoring twice in the first half, thereby taking his goals tally to three in August already. Victor Moses was also granted a rare start and rewarded his manager's faith by finding the net as well. Clearly, the Blues are a force to be reckoned with when advancing with the ball at their fe... More >

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