Chelsea advance in FA Cup, Fabregas says goodbye

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Ruben Loftus-Cheek went off shortly before half-time.

Chelsea assistant coach Carlo Cudicini has heaped praise on striker Alvaro Morata after the Spaniard struck a brace in the Blues' 2-0 FA Cup win over Championship side Nottingham Forest on Saturday.

And the Italian did himself no harm with a good performance against Forest.

Chelsea lost a bit of their momentum late in the first period when Loftus-Cheek hobbled off with a minor injury, leading to the introduction of Eden Hazard for the remaining 48 minutes.

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Despite Fabregas' penalty miss, Chelsea later took the lead through his countryman, Alvaro Morata, who added a second minutes later.

Cesc Fabregas had earlier missed from the penalty spot for Chelsea on what is expected to be his final appearance for the club before departing for Monaco, but the hosts cruised over the line in the end to progress from round three for the 21st season in a row.

Kovac, speaking at Bayern's annual winter training camp in Qatar, refused to confirm or deny the club's interest in the 18-year-old English star but conceded changes were needed.

He scored two goals, both after assists from Hudson-Odoi, and he hardly celebrated them. Would the American winger's arrival block the pathway for Hudson-Odoi, who might see a big-money move to Bayern Munich as a quicker route to the top?

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Morata has constantly been linked with a move away from Chelsea in the last few weeks and his attitude today was of a man who wants to leave the club.

"[Hudson-Odoi] is one of the best young players in world football right now, and he's not going to get any game time, so why wouldn't he think of moving somewhere else?" he said on BBC's Final Score.

The problem is that Hudson-Odoi could also leave, now that Borussia Dortmund have sold Christian Pulisic to Chelsea for £58million and borrowed him back for the remainder of the season.

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