The 18-year-old nearly made it 2-0 but his effort was saved following an impressive run on goal before Morata made the game safe with his second of the match. Fabregas said he had "unfinished business" in England - and in his first season with the Blues he duly realised his ambition of winning the Premier League, a little more than a decade since making his first domestic appearance.
"Yeah, I think just from watching the games that I have been able to catch this year I just see a system in how their wingers play", he said.
"Willian's injury I think is not very serious".
Christian Pulisic has stated that despite the high fee Chelsea have paid for his services, he doesn't expect to automatically claim a spot in the starting XI.
Maurizio Sarri wants Cesc Fabregas to make a January move from Chelsea to Monaco because it will make the midfielder happy.
He said: "He's got great potential, it's all right having potential but you have to then go on and do it. I don't know the decision of the club, of course", he said.
"Hudson-Odoi's preferred destination is Bayern".
But the deal is yet to be completed and Fabregas could be in contention to feature on Tuesday night in the Carabao Cup semi-final against Tottenham.
"I'm not just here to finish up my time, just like any other player in the world I will have to fight for my position. I don't want a very important player as Cesc unhappy". "So I'm ready for wherever I need to be filled in really".
"So, why wouldn't he think about moving somewhere else if a club like Bayern Munich are in for him?"
But BBC Sport pundit Kevin Kilbane has urged Hudson-Odoi to leave Chelsea, suggesting he'll have even less opportunities to play next season.
Sky Sports in Germany says the player has met with Chelsea's sports director Marina Granovskaia stating he has no intention of staying at Stamford Bridge beyond next summer when his contract expires.