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Chelsea the only unbeaten side left in Europe’s big leagues after Man Utd win against Juventus



Chelsea remain unbeaten under new manager Maurizi Sarri (Picture: Getty)
Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea are the only unbeaten side left in Europe’s big five leagues this season, following Manchester United’s late comeback against Juventus.
A Juan Mata free-kick and an Alex Sandro own goal helped Jose Mourinho’s side breathe new life into their Champions League campaign and inflict upon the Old Lady their first defeat in any competition since April.
Chelsea are two points behind current Premier League pacesetters Manchester City but are yet to lose a competitive fixture this term, unlike Pep Guardiola’s troops who suffered a surprise home defeat at the hands of Lyon back in September.
More: FilmThere's a countdown to Avengers 4 on Marvel's website to remind you how far away it isAnt and Dec 'hold crisis talks with their management' about TV comebackWomen who smoke are more likely to have heart attack than men All told, Chelsea have gone 16 games without defeat in all competitions and put their proud record on the line against BATE Borisov in the Europa League on Thursday.
Despite his recent run of good form, Alvaro Morata has not travelled with the squad, but Eden Hazard could feature after making a decisive cameo in Sunday’s win over Crystal Palace.
Explaining his squad selection, Sarri said: ‘Morata stays at Cobham just to rest because he played very often in the last period, and just to have training.
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