Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has finally broken silence on why he was being emotional after scoring the winner against Europa League opponent Vidi.
It was reported that the £60 million star shed some tears after scoring the goal as a sign of relieve.
However, the Spanish man dismissed the claim that he was crying as he noted that he was only unhappy and sad for celebrating the goal.
Morata stated that there was no point celebrating a goal against a team that is worst than his side because of the less competitive nature of the game, adding that he was sad he didn’t score more goals in the game.
The £150,000 a-week player has yet to play for his money and he has since divided the Blues fans over his performance at the club.
Meanwhile, Morata hinted he has some issues to deal with after claiming that being a footballer and earning big does not guarantee joy.
He made it clear that footballers should not be judged by the happy and beautiful pictures they post on the social media because they might have done that in a very sad mood.
Morata added that some footballers have more problems than other people but their lifestyle might help fake and hide it.
The former Madrid player failed to disclose what exactly the problems he has got that makes him take such a stand.