Marcos Alonso says Chelsea talks about third goal at half-time
Antonio Conte’s side opened the scoring through Adam Smith's own goal before Eden Hazard outfoxed Artur Boruc to double the visitors' lead.
Marcos Alonso scored a stunning free-kick to secure win over Bournemouth
Joshua King's deflected strike handed Bournemouth a lifeline before the break but Alonso's curling free-kick midway through the second half sealed Chelsea's fifth win in six games.
And Alonso has revealed how Chelsea stressed the importance of going for a third goal in the second 45 minutes.
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Eden Hazard also scored at Dean Court
“We talked about going for the third goal at half-time,” the Spaniard revealed after the game.
“It was third time lucky [for me] after hitting the crossbar two other times. This time it went in and I’m very happy.”