Alonso silences Newcastle taunts as Chelsea climb to third
Chelsea climbed to third in the Premier League as Marcos Alonso clinched a 1-0 win that silenced the Newcastle fans who jeered the Spanish defender at Stamford Bridge.
Spain's Alonso signs new deal with Chelsea
Spain defender Marcos Alonso has signed a new contract with Chelsea that will run until 2023, the Premier League club announced Wednesday.
Mourinho infuriated as Chelsea salvage unbeaten record
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho had to be restrained by stewards in the aftermath of Ross Barkley's 96th minute equaliser to salvage Chelsea's unbeaten record under Maurizio Sarri in a thrilling 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge. Mourinho took exception to the celebrations of one of Sarri's backroom staff, Marco Ianni, who ran in front of…
Real Madrid eye Chelsea’s Alonso
Real Madrid are reportedly set to try and prise Marcos Alonso away from Chelsea with a late €30 million bid for the Spaniard. The transfer window remains open until August 31 in Spain, and so the La Liga giants still have time to address any perceived weak areas in their squad. Aside from Marcelo, they are…
Chelsea's Alonso handed three-match ban
Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso has been banned for three matches for his challenge on Southampton's Shane Long, the Football Association announced on Thursday.
Duel with Spurs a must-win game for us, Alonso affirms
If Chelsea fails to beat London rivals Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League today it would significantly reduce their chances of clinching a top-four spot this season, defender Marcos Alonso has said. Last season’s champions Chelsea are fifth in the league table with 56 points, five points behind Spurs as both teams…
Alonso says Chelsea have no margin for error
Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso admitted Tuesday that the Premier League champions cannot afford to lose another match if they want to successfully defend the title.
Wenger fumes over Alonso's goal
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said Marcos Alonso's opening goal for Chelsea should have been ruled out after his side crashed to a 3-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge yesterday.
No Costa, no problem as Chelsea down Leicester
Wing-back Marcos Alonso was their unlikely goal hero with a brace -- just his second and third goals for the club -- either side of half-time before fellow Spaniard Pedro Rodriguez completed the scoring.