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Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has admitted that he was wrong to play for the Blues while suffering from a back injury.

Nevertheless, Striker Morata remains wary of the threat that Argentine striker and five-time Ballon d'Or victor will pose to his team: "Messi can't be stopped", the former Real player told Moviestar, as quoted by the Metro.

"Chelsea is a big club, a club that has given me the opportunity to play as a starter, to grow even more", Morata told Movistar, ESPN report.

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"That is until the physical problems arrived".

Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata warned his team-mates Lionel Messi would be unstoppable in their UEFAhampions League tie against FC Barcelona.

It was an encouraging sight for Antonio Conte, who has been without Morata for nearly a month since the striker was sent off during extra time of Chelsea's penalty shootout win over Norwich City in a dramatic FA Cup third-round replay. Let's hope we can get a good result there [in the second leg], play well defensively and find spaces.

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The Spaniard is not the only Chelsea star to sing Messi's praises recently.

'I played lots in my home, with my team, with my friends, ' he added.

Morata is a scoring force to be reckoned with at his best but hadn't managed to notch a goal in his last three league games prior to injury, his longest stretch of matches without finding the goal in Chelsea colours.

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Although Messi has some bad memories of trips to Chelsea, having missed a penalty against them in the 2012 semi-final that saw the Premier League side advance to the final with a 3-2 aggregate win.

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