We Can Still Improve - Maurizio Sarri Reacts To Fourth Consecutive Chelsea Win


Sarri, though, acknowledged that Moses will not play as a right-wing-back under the new dispensation, a role in which he flourished in under Conte, as the new manager wants the dazzler to play as a winger, a position in which he excelled during his days with the Eagles.

"They were very organised and they defended very well but usually in this match you have to be patient because you can win in the last 20 minutes". I think he needs to improve from the tactical point of view, nothing else.

He told the BBC's Match of the Day programme: "I'm really very happy with my players".

Things didn't go as smoothly in the Italian's second season, and after months of speculation, he was finally relieved of his duties and replaced by his compatriot Maurizio Sarri. "Not until the end of the season".

Yet while Chelsea enjoyed plenty of possession they created only a few chances and could easily have found themselves trailing at the interval.

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The Belgian playmaker was in fine form against the Cherries and he netted the Blues' second goal with a powerful finish at Stamford Bridge to wrap up the three points for the west London side and maintain their 100 per cent start to the new season. Maybe we needed to move the ball at another speed, and maybe more movements without the ball. So we're really very happy with him'. "It's so much money for a young player".

However, his apparent inability to make himself useful or unsafe in other ways is not what Chelsea had in mind when they set a club transfer record to prise him from Real Madrid last summer.

After finishing outside of the top four in the Premier League last season, Chelsea were forced to settle for Europa League football instead of the Champions League this season.

"It depends upon the situation on the pitch", Sarri said of the selection issues he faces with two strikers short on goals. Starting in September, we will play every three days.