Chelsea manager; Maurizio Sarri has broken the silence on Gonzalo Higuain’s performance since joining the Blues.
Maurizio Sarri has admitted that his Record Scoring Striker; Gonzalo Higuain is not in the best of his forms and would need to adjust.
Higuain arriving Chelsea brought hope for the team following what they have been through during Morata’s era.
But would that hope ever see the light of the day? Exactly the question Chelsea supporters are asking themselves after Maurizio Sarri substituted Gonzalo Higuain at the 65th minute in their last match.
Chelsea were made to bow to a heavy loss to Bournemouth, who took advantage of their opponent’s weakness and netted 4 goals.
The worst loss the Blues had ever registered in the Premier league ever since 1966 thereby leaping from the fourth position to fourth.
Sarri decision to substitute Higuain for Giroud forced out a song from the supporters stand; “You Don’t Know What You Are Doing” rang round the Stadium as the supporters express their disappointments.
Maurizio Sarri recently spoke to the media, claiming that his favorite; Gonzalo Higuain is in the worst of his season’s amid the injuries and absence from trainings he had faced before arriving London.
“You can tell he’s not at the top yet,” Sarri told Gazzetta dello Sport. “In the last month, between his back pain and the transfer window, he didn’t train properly. He just needs to get back into a better condition.”
Sarri continued as he spoke of his squad’s low performance last night.
“There are too many things which aren’t working, we keep repeating the same mistakes,” Sarri added. “I don’t think [tactical corrections] is the issue. The truth is that the team hasn’t quite metabolised my concepts.”
“We have only to say sorry to our fans,” he said. “We can lose, of course, in every match, but not in this way. We need to solve the problem. We need to understand where the problem is.”
The manager ended saying his frustrated considering the fact that his job might be at risk.
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