Fun has returned to Chelsea, says Sarri

Chelsea have turned a corner after booking Carabao Cup final spot, says Sarri

Chelsea have turned a corner after booking Carabao Cup final spot, says Sarri

Sarri said Hazard "has to do more" earlier in the week. If the manager has to say something he will say it.

"Tottenham will be in the same level as Manchester United, Manchester City, this type of club, Chelsea". Although he doesn't always get forward with effect, this time his cross created the second goal for Eden Hazard.

Sarri himself said that he prefers when Hazard does his talking with his feet - and he did against Tottenham last night.

"I don't think Hazard has hit the heights for Chelsea that he has done in the past".

"But I have to be fair: Eden has been trying to do it".

I just focus on my football and want to do my best for this team.

Sarri is the fourth Chelsea manager to reach the League Cup final in his first season in charge.

Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri lay down the gauntlet when questioning his players' motivation after the weekend defeat to Arsenal, and they responded in style with a terrific first-half display. For me, the best response is to be on the pitch and to win games. Now with this performance and result we can once again find enthusiasm which is very important. We will be in a good position to compete on Sunday.

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Manager Mauricio Pochettino praised his team's bravery on a hard night against our London rivals. That's exactly what we are trying to do.

"I'm happy because I will go to play a final at Wembley which is important for me, my players and the club, but now we must think about the next match in the FA Cup, and then the most risky one will be Bournemouth".

Sarri has the chance of a first trophy of his managerial career, but Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino's wait for silverware goes on.

The Englishman showed glimpses of his attacking qualities against Spurs, but he still has just three goals to his name all season.

The Blues have won 15 major trophies in the 16 years since Roman Abramovich took over as owner.

Hazard has complained about being deployed in the false nine role, an apparent necessity with Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud short of form and goals, and Sarri gave an interview yesterday suggesting that the No 10 should be "less of an individual". There is no doubt that we are on the same page.

"That final is going to be a special one".

Pochettino also insisted he will not buy players in the transfer market merely to cover the injuries to Dele Alli and Harry Kane.

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