Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri revealed after Chelsea’s win over Inter Milan on Saturday that he was satisfied with the team’s overall play but warns Chelsea must up the tempo or risk having possession without scoring.
“So far, I am satisfied. I am of course waiting for the other players from the World Cup but these players gave me total availability. So now I am satisfied. I’ve seen in the match something that we tried during the sessions. So far, so good,” Sarri said.
”I like the sound: ‘Sarri-ball, Sarri-ball, Sarri-ball’. But I don’t know the meaning, really. Because we move the ball very quickly? This evening we moved the ball well, but I think not at the right speed.
”You have to move the ball at a great speed on the floor, otherwise we risk playing for 90 minutes with 75 percent of possession but without scoring. So we have to improve on this.”