Today we bring you the focus on Chelsea.
The EPL has been of good waves for the blues this season following the constant games of no lose conceived. Chelsea clashed with Tottenham Hotspurs wasn’t as expected as the Blues got defeated 3 goals to 1 bringing an end to the clubs unbeaten run.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri made quick highlights and N’Golo kante was pointed out specifically with his role in the team been questioned.
Sarri wasn’t anywhere pleased over his teams productivity over the clash with Tottenham and blamed kante most especially for not staying at His position at the right of Jorginho in the three-man midfield.
Willian followed suit and was in support of Sarri’s actions holding that it’s a need for the team to sharpen up.
“Always in football you have to improve, even when you are winning games,” he said. “I think every player has to improve. Even when you play good, you have to continue, you must not stop. Not only N’Golo, but every single player has to improve.”
The Brazilian had such a bad time with the previous coach Antonio Conte starting 20 games in all of last season. This season he had started 11 games in all.
“I don’t want to go to talk about Antonio Conte. He already stays in the past.
“This season is very different from last season. We enjoy, we play football. We have a manager that wants to play football and we are happy for that.”
“Of course, I give him advice. I think we have to do it,” he said. “The players that are here a long time do this a lot for the younger players. I’ve already told him that I will be his agent in the future!
“Sometimes, it’s difficult [to break into the first team]. You want to show everything in one game. You want to take the ball, want to dribble, want to shoot, want to run, want to do everything as much as possible to show your quality, to show everything.
“Sometimes, you make mistakes in that but you have time to learn. He is only 18 and I think he has a lot of time to learn.
“He has the potential. He has talent, he has everything to become in the future one of the best players. Now it’s early to say that. But maybe in five years we can see.”