Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger claims that his club rivals Chelsea “lack pace” with Maurizio Sarri also claims that much pressure os being exerted on Belgian Eden Hazard too much.
Sarri, who iss still in his first season with the Blues, had a great performance in his first three months as manager going 12 games unbeaten in this Premier League campaign.
Right after that the team begin to put up a poor performance which drop tthe club to a position to fight for the top four, with Sarri being receiving hard critics on his playing style and for moving N’Golo Kante from the central midfield position putting Jorginho right in it.
Arsenal long term manager, Wenger believes that the Blues’ poor form comes from their lack of pace in their attack which allows Hazard to drop deeper so he could influence the attack for the team.
Wenger said to beIN Sports: “For Sarri it is his first season in England.
“He certainly likes a game with possession his team has good possession but they lack goals
“If you compare the possession they have – always in every game around 70 per cent – and the number of goals they score, I think they have not enough players who are going behind defenders.
“They don’t have enough pace to take advantage. “Hazard has to come deep to make the difference on his own sometimes.”