Monday, 10 December, 2018

Ill Maurizio Sarri unhappy with Chelsea performance in Belarus

Sarri is adamant Hazard is fit enough to play some part of the Europa League clash Sarri is adamant Hazard is fit enough to play some part of the Europa League clash
Cary Erickson | 10 November, 2018, 10:18

"It was very hard to be unsafe, but we were better in the first 25 minutes of the second half".

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Chelsea are through to the next round of this year's Europa League clash after narrowly beating BATE Borisov 1-0 in their match day encounter at the Borisov Arena.

Maurizio Sarri's men welcome PAOK Thessaloniki FC in their next fixture at the Stamford Bridge and they will have the chance to field some fringe players since qualification has been sealed. Having comfortably despatched BATE in our previous group game, we expected Chelsea to make light work of this contest.

"The best situation is the result".

After the match Sarri said he was far more satisfied with three points than his team's performance.

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However, the Blues were creating very little in the final third, with only a miscued Olivier Giroud volley from a floated Ross Barkley pass coming anywhere near to breaking the deadlock. "Then we managed not really very well the last 15 minutes".

BATE had no such difficulty at the other end and the home side nearly went ahead in the 12th minute through Dzmitry Baha, but the midfielder's 25-yard strike hit the post with Kepa Arrizabalaga beaten.

Dmitri Baga had hit the post in the first half from long range and Nikolai Signevich followed sit on the hour mark.

Sarri added: "I'm pleased for him".

"It's true that I was hoping to score soon, because I came back late from the World Cup and after I lacked a bit of efficiency and luck sometimes", he said.

"At Chelsea, I knew I'd improve a lot quicker around better players, world-class players". I think he's on the way to becoming a very important midfielder, not only in England'.