Conte relishing fully-fit Giroud in Chelsea battle with Morata

Conte relishing fully-fit Giroud in Chelsea battle with Morata

Conte relishing fully-fit Giroud in Chelsea battle with Morata

But Giroud's introduction off the bench in the 61st minute proved the catalyst for Chelsea's comeback, as he pulled one back soon after and then got the victor following Eden Hazard's equaliser.

However, Giroud came off the bench and pulled a goal back for the Blues in the 70th minute.

Substitute Olivier Giroud scored twice as Chelsea came from 2-0 down to win at Southampton and keep alive their faint hopes of a top-four finish in the Premier League.

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Chelsea are now seven points off the Champions League spaces, with all the sides above them yet to play this weekend.

"I'm very disappointed for the first half, and I'm the first to take fault for it, but in the second my players deserve credit. I don't understand why after 1-0 we always drop and let the opponent get more ball possession".

The action was just as furious at Selhurst Park with all the goals coming in the opening 34 minutes.

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The France striker, who joined from Arsenal in January, then completed the sensational comeback 12 minutes from time, finding the bottom-right corner from 14 yards to secure all three points, and he acknowledged he has been itching to get off the mark.

Southampton stayed in the relegation zone with five games left.

Jordan Ayew returned from a three-match ban to put Swansea level at Everton which had been gifted the lead through a Kyle Naughton own goal.

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Burnley's unlikely pursuit of a Europa League spot continued with a 2-1 victory over Leicester thanks to goals from Chris Wood and Kevin Long.

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