Chelsea vs Watford: Marco Silva fumes at 'unfair result' after controlling game

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Pedro had sent Chelsea into an early lead on home soil, but Watford scored either side of the half-time break through Abdoulaye Doucoure and Roberto Pereyra to lead at Stamford Bridge.

But a brace from Batshuayi, who replaced Alvaro Morata on the hour mark, and a header from Cesar Azpilicueta ensured Chelsea got back to winning ways and Conte was quick to praise the performance of the Belgium global striker as well as his fellow substitutes Zappacosta and Willian.

It was a flattering scoreline for the Blues and a cruel conclusion for the spirited Hornets, and Silva insists his side deserved more for their impressive performance.

"It is a really unfair result", Silva said.

"We played more in the second half but even how we played first half we started very well". In the second half, for 35 to 40 minutes, I saw one team playing.

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But he acknowledged the defensive frailty that has resulted in the Premier League champions shipping seven goals in their last three matches and repeated his mantra that only through hard work could the side improve. We scored the second goal after a fantastic chance for Richarlison and after the goal, [we had] two or three chances and we need to score to kill the match.

The Brazilian ace made amends for his miss-of-the-season contender just moments later with the assist for Pereyra's goal, but his earlier miss did prove costly in the end.

"I'm proud of how we played, but of course I'm really frustrated". We didn't give chances for Chelsea to counter.

'I am pleased for Michy, he scored two goals but his impact during the game was unbelievable.

The Premier League champions were handed a big slice of luck in the build-up to the goal, however, with the officials signalling a corner rather than a Watford goal kick after Eden Hazard had knocked the ball behind.

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