Chelsea need to show defensive improvements – Maurizio Sarri


Maurizio Sarri thinks Chelsea need to enhance protectively in the event that they will test for “imperative targets”.

Chelsea have made a solid begin to the season under Sarri, who was delegated in the mid year to supplant Antonio Conte.

They are unbeaten in the Premier League and, in front of their conflict with Crystal Palace on Sunday, live on Sky Sports, they are three behind pioneers Liverpool.

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Notwithstanding, Sarri has laid out how he supposes his side can show signs of improvement.

“I am extremely content with the outcomes and my players, however I know on the pitch we have to enhance,” he disclosed to Sky Sports.

“We have quality, specialized characteristics, and we have to enhance the guarded stage, else we are not a strong group. Furthermore, on the off chance that you are not a strong group you can’t have essential targets.

“When I say guarded stage I am not discussing the cautious line, I am discussing all the group since it’s essential for us to safeguard in the rival’s half and have the ball there.

“The guarded line is just an aftereffect of the protective period of the group, so it’s imperative to enhance as a group protectively. We have specialized quality so we can be perilous in the hostile stage and we can win matches without an abnormal state of strategic association; for that I am fortunate.”

While Chelsea are trying towards the highest point of the table, Palace have just won two of 10 matches.

Be that as it may, Sarri is expecting a troublesome test from a side who have won on two of their past three visits to Stamford Bridge.

“Precious stone Palace are extremely perilous for us,” he said.

“This season they have eight, six far from home, they have scored seven objectives, five far from home, since they have a ton of quick players and they are exceptionally unsafe on the counter.

“So we need a decent stage, particularly from a strategic perspective.”


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