Sarri surprised by Benítez's approach against Chelsea

Sarri surprised by Benítez's approach against Chelsea

Sarri surprised by Benítez's approach against Chelsea

Chelsea blew away a 2-0 lead against Arsenal in their London derby clash last weekend at Stamford Bridge as Arsenal fought back and levelled 2-2 but for a late Marcus Alonso's strike ensure the Blues gets the maximum three points.

But Joselu equalised for Newcastle only for a DeAndre Yedlin own goal three minutes from full time to seal Chelsea's third successive Premier League victory.

"They have a good manager - I know Sarri well from his experience in Italy".

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri even admitted afterwards that he was not expecting his counterpart to take such an approach.

It is not the first time Benitez has been on the receiving end of barbed attacks from the television studio as Sky pundits Graeme Souness and Jamie Redknapp delivered a stinging appraisal of the display.

"I like to play with five strikers if I can".

"I tried to play as a five-man defence six years ago, but for me it is impossible".

It was a slow start to the match with both teams unable to hold onto the ball long enough to build sustained periods of pressure.

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"I think we are in the beginning, we already head everything but you have to learn in your head and pass this to your body and synchronise".

The visitors were handed a huge boost 14 minutes from time as referee Paul Tierney ruled Fabian Schar had fouled Marcos Alonso in the box, despite replays suggesting the Switzerland global had got his foot to the ball.

The Blues dominated possession throughout as Newcastle set up in the deepest of blocks.

"It's a nice goal but it's a sad day because we lost the game". That's it, and then we stick to the plan.

One of the key men in that Napoli side was Brazilian born Italy global Jorginho, who Sarri made sure followed him to Stamford Bridge earlier this summer in a £57 million deal. They were so compact in there and it was so hard.

"And this match has been more hard because in Italy I have never seen Rafa play with five defenders".

In typical Sarriball fashion, every pass went through the Chelsea No.5 as he ensured the ball was always on the move.

"I look forward to starting work and meeting the players on Monday ahead of travelling to Australia, where I will be able to get to know the squad and begin our match action", Sarri added.

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