ALVARO MORATA sent fans into meltdown with his new hairstyle… then scored after just three minutes on the pitch.
Chelsea supporters are convinced that the Spanish star's new look will help him to find his shooting boots again.
Getty – Contributor3 Alvaro Morata scored Chelsea's fourth goal during the win over PAOK
The striker, 26, found the net immediately after he was introduced to replace Olivier Giroud in the 75th minute.
And fans have put it all down to the fact that he has shaved off his long, dark hair.
One Twitter user said: "Morata should always cut his hair, it's helping him to score again."
While another added: "At least Morata will be focusing more on football than his gelled hair now."
Getty – Contributor3 Chelsea fans are convinced that Alvaro Morata will be more clinical with his new trim
Another posted: "So it must be the hair then. Good goal from Morata. Great cross from Hudson-Odoi #CFC."
Morata has struggled for form under Maurizio Sarri this season, with just seven goals in all competitions.
His strike against PAOK was his first goal for the Blues since he scored two in the 3-1 win over Crystal Palace on November 4.
Fans have even called for Tammy Abraham to replace him in the squad following his sublime loan spell with Aston Villa.
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