Sarri not aiming to repeat Napoli formula at Chelsea

12 August, 2018, 19:13 | Author: Rafael Roberts
  • Sarri's Chelsea too good for Huddersfield | Sports World News 2018-08-11

Maurizio Sarri made a winning start as a Premier League manager as his Chelsea side produced a dominant performance to win at Huddersfield Town.

"Thibaut is such a great goalkeeper and he did his best at Chelsea to bring titles and trophies so it is not a great feeling to lose such a player".

Courtois, 26, said he wanted to move to be closer to his children in Madrid and did not return to Stamford Bridge after playing for his side in the World Cup.

"I have to know the characteristics of the players because I think I don't want to do another Naples", Sarri told reporters at his post-match press conference.

Goals from N'Golo Kante, summer signing Jorginho and Pedro Rodriguez secured a convincing win for Chelsea at the John Smith's Stadium, and club-record purchase Kepa Arrizabalaga recorded a clean sheet in relative comfort on his debut in goal.

"I feel very proud".

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It was a flawless start for both players, too, with Kepa keeping a clean sheet and Jorginho scoring his first goal for the club.

Kepa had just one save to make in the game but was quick off his line to snuff out danger, and also showcased his aerial ability to claim high balls pumped into the penalty area during the 3-0 win.

"In the first half, we were in trouble for 15 minutes against a very physical team". I saw our spirit, togetherness and good attitude today, which is what we will need to be competitive this season.

But Chelsea again punctuated a strong spell for the hosts with a goal, Jorginho sitting debutant Ben Hamer down with a skip in his run-up for an incredibly cool spot-kick after Christopher Schindler caught Marcos Alonso at the end of a neat move from the Blues.

Winger Pedro scored the goal of the day, capping off an unstoppable finish after substitute Eden Hazard had launched a quality counter, surging half the length of the field before finding his unmarked teammate on 80 minutes.

"It was a little bit weird". We made too many mistakes and missed our chances.

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