The teams retracted back to their dressing rooms after the halftime whistle with the scoreline being Manchester City 4-1 Southampton.
"The most important thing is that, finally, I have found the right way and my head is okay", Morata told reporters.
At the back, Chelsea have utilised their second-string players in the competition so far meaning Davide Zappacosta, Gary Cahill, Andreas Christensen and Emerson Palmieri should all come in.
Palace pulled it even eight minutes after the restart through Andros Townsend, but two goals in the space of five minutes, first from Morata and then Pedro, put Chelsea firmly in control of the contest.
"I had a period where everything - if it is raining, I'm angry because it's raining". But we are famous, we have a lot of things.
"For sure I always want to score because it is good for me and sometimes people think I don't like to score, but there are good defenders and good keepers". "I thought it was better for him to stay at Cobham and rest and have only training".
Pep Guardiola's side look flawless right now but things could potentially unravel if they reach the latter stages of the Champions League.
"Very happy for this win and for scoring my 150th goal in the Premier League with this great club", Aguero wrote on Twitter. "We know that we can still do better and the League is very tough - you have to fight for every game". The important thing is the team.
The Spain worldwide said he would love to be like Manchester City's Sergio Aguero, Tottenham's Harry Kane and Liverpool stars, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, because they score a lot of goals.
"This is the league with the best strikers in the world", Morata said. There is Salah, there is Mane, there is Firmino, Aguero, Kane.
They may be a brilliant team, but I don't fancy Manchester City to be the team emerging from that pack, but there is good reason to believe Liverpool can be in the mix when it matters once again in the Champions League. Honestly, I think I missed because I had only this in my head.
The only consolation for Southampton was that a Danny Ings penalty gave them their first goal in six games but, without a win in seven, these are hard times for their manager Mark Hughes.