Jorginho fires Chelsea to victory as Kepa shines

Jorginho fires Chelsea to victory as Kepa shines

Jorginho fires Chelsea to victory as Kepa shines

Since the beginning of 2019 things don't seem to be going on the right direction for Chelsea.

Three minutes later, Eden Hazard was the catalyst for Chelsea's second goal with an incisive run into the Fulham area, the Belgian laying the ball back to the Jorginho, who guided a superb strike into the top corner from 18 yards. Jorginho who displaced Kante wasn't able to defend and prevent his side from conceding goals.

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Jose Mourinho is upbeat Chelsea Italian boss Maurizio Sarri will improve on his performances next season when squad members understand his tactics better. The Italy worldwide joined former Napoli boss Sarri at the Premier League club on a five-year deal last summer.

Mauricio Pochettino's men have secured just a single point from their last three outings in the Premier League after they backed up defeats to Burnley and Chelsea with a 1-1 draw against Arsenal on Saturday.

The Spaniard was then dropped by Sarri for the subsequent 2-0 Premier League victory over Tottenham in midweek.

Asked if he could have left Kepa on the sidelines for the remainder of the season, Sarri replied: "Considering the man, no - because I know him very well". So, for him, it's very important to finish the match in that way. I think at the moment he is not at his top.

'Kepa is a man.

Meanwhile Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri opted to restore Kepa Arrizabalaga in goal, having dropped the Spain global for the win over Tottenham following his refusal to be substituted during the Carabao Cup final. Having tried to take the game to Manchester City just days before, leaving his team exposed in defense, Sarri emphasized defensive strength.

"We have two games in the Premier League before the global break, we have to be focused on those, and two legs of the Europa League and let's see where we can finish, but our aim as always at Chelsea is to try to finish as high as possible".

"We will have to fight until the last minute in the last match".

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