Chelsea Director Maurizio Sarri Amazed by Newcastle United's Strategies "It is not too simple to play , this game was harder than Italy," stated the former Napoli trainer, whose side finally overcame Rafael Benítez's rear five to climb to second at the desk. Supporting Liverpool, the London club are with nine points from three matches just."In Italy those strategies were normal but I never watched Rafa play five so at the start I was very surprised," explained Sarri, imagining that his side had 81 percent ownership. "It had been so hard for us, Newcastle were compact, we had to maneuver the ball extremely fast. Winning here reveals my team's personality. Our personality is powerful."
The director of chelsea was thrilled with Eden Hazard's first functioning of the season after his World Cup exertions. "I believe Hazard has played quite nicely and will get better," he stated, until Benítez defended a gameplan where it required a contested penalty changed by Hazard and DeAndre Yedlin's very own aim to secure Chelsea's triumph following Joselu's equaliser. "Possession figures are misleading, you'll have 80 percent of it and lose. It is all about the big picture."When I had been at Napoli we had been attacking all of the time and I'd love to play five strikers but today I am at Newcastle and now I must handle what I have."The Sky Sports pundits Graeme Souness criticised his strategy and Benítez although Jamie Redknapp was unfazed. "You need to do everything you've got to do," he explained.
Yesterday Manchester City had 71 percent of ownership against Wolves and did not win. We had been near, Now. The captain of Benítez, jamaal Lascelles, wasn't even on the seat. Even though the centre-half comes with an ankle problem he had a debate with his supervisor together with the defender eager to play with the sweeper function, ahead of the match. Benítez, has used his injury as an chance and however he desired him to run on the correct."My life I love to converse to gamers," said the trainer, who was without his injured playmaker Jonjo Shelvey. "Everybody knows that. If players have opinions that are different, then we must talk about it. That is it, we adhere to the strategy. Jamaal, hopefully, will probably be OK for another match."