Sarri hopes to see more tears after Morata ends goal drought

Sarri hopes to see more tears after Morata ends goal drought

Sarri hopes to see more tears after Morata ends goal drought

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has acknowledged that he was unhappy with his side's performance against Videoton in the Europa League.

Chelsea scraped a 1-0 victory courtesy of Alvaro Morata's goal 20 minutes from time.

"I'm really very happy for him", Sarri said. "It's very important for him to score but also very important to play a good match". In addition, the subscribers of BT Sport will be able to stream the match live on the mobile app or via online video player.

"It was important to play for the team like this evening".

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"At the end of the day the best scorers are Hazard and Pedro, but with the quality of players we have on the pitch, it's not too good". Sometimes you can score, sometimes not, but the performance is important.

The 27-year-old appears to be hitting top gear for the west London side and he has scored six goals and made two assists in seven Premier League appearances for the Blues so far.

Liverpool and Egypt superstar Salah has endured a slow start to the new season but was on fire last term, bagging the PFA Player of the Year award after scoring 44 goals for the Reds.

Chelsea take on Hungarian champions MOL Vidi in their next Europa League group match on Thursday.

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Sarri praised an improved all-round display from the 25-year-old, recalled into the Spain squad earlier on Thursday, which was capped by the victor 20 minutes from time and an emotional celebration.

"I don't want to talk about the opponents. At the moment I'm good - if I'm the best, fine, If I'm not I don't care", Hazard told SPORTbible.

Vidi manager Marko Nikolic said he had "mixed feelings" after running Chelsea so close, but ending the night with zero points from two games in Group L and looking unlikely to qualify for the round of 32.

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