Chelsea full-back Marcos Alonso insists that the referee was “100%” correct in awarding them a penalty against Newcastle United following Fabian Schar’s challengeAlonso was brought down by Schar in the penalty area with referee Paul Tierney opting to award Chelsea a spot-kick, which was put away by Eden Hazard in the 76th minute.Following substitute Joselu’s equaliser for Newcastle, Alonso then restored Chelsea’s lead when his deflected shot off DeAndre Yedlin found it’s way into the back of the net.The effort was officially named as an own goal by Yedlin.“Whether they give it to me or as an own-goal, I am very happy for the three points and I am looking forward to the next one now,” Alonso told the club website.As for whether or not referee Tierney made the right call, he said: “It was a penalty, 100 per cent,”“I am not a player that goes down easily and if I go down, it is because it was a penalty and it was good that Hazard put it in.”3 wins out of 3! We keep going! ???? @ChelseaFCChelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.3 victorias de 3! Seguimos trabajando! ???? pic.twitter.com/pFhaaWV9ft— Marcos Alonso (@marcosalonso03) August 26, 2018Chelsea maintained patience amid Newcastle ultra-defensive tactics.“It is not always fun for us to play like this but I don’t know if other teams want play like this [how Newcastle did], we can only have patience and play our football and try to find the space to score,” said Alonso.“There is still room for improvement but the team is looking good and we are doing a good job so far and hopefully we will have more three points next week.”Chelsea will host Bournemouth in their next Premier League game on Saturday.