Chelsea skipper sends warning to teammates despite victory

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Chelsea skipper Cesar Azpilicueta wasn’t pleased with his side’s performance despite the 2-1 win against Hull City away at the KCOM Stadium.

Despite leading the game 2-0, Chelsea had to hang on to their victory after Kamil Grosicki scored a deflected free-kick in the 78th minute of the game.

Chelsea missed so many chances especially in the first half to take the game beyond Hull City’s reach, but the Blues couldn’t put the ball into the net.

Azpilicueta was far from impressed with the team’s finishing and has urged them to improve especially against the top sides.

“We have to improve our game if we want to improve as a team and go far,” he said. “It is not the first game where we don’t manage the game well.

“We were punished. First half the first chance we have we score and we have chances to score more but we stopped playing our game.

“If we want to play against the best and fight for trophies we need to improve.

“We are a team and the season is long. We are fighting in three competitions. Our objective is to go as far as possible. It is our job to be in the best shape possible.”

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