"I've been able to give him a couple of games now and he's brought a calmness and assurance you need from your goalkeeper, belying his age really".
But Luiz has stepped up for Sarri and has hardly put a foot wrong so far.
Though we'd rather not see our striker break down in tears every time he takes to the pitch, we dearly hope that Morata is able to rediscover his goal-scoring touch.
"He played very well, better than in the last period and so we can restart with this performance".
The hope of all Chelsea fans was that Videoton would be annihilated at Stamford Bridge, but the club fought a good battle only for them to concede 20 minutes to the end of the match. Aguero is one of the best, De Bruyne is injured but he's one of the best, Mo Salah was the best past year, N'Golo Kante in the team is one of the best so we have a lot of good players'.
However, amid Hazard's fine start to the campaign, Olivier Giroud has failed to score in seven appearances and Alvaro Morata has managed just a solitary strike in nine; Spanish winger Pedro Rodriguez has bagged three in seven while Willian has two in 10.More news: Prithvi becomes youngest Indian to score 100 on Test debut
Chelsea's Alvaro Morata, left, celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the Europa League.
"I think he can have a very important future in this club and in the national team".
"Against Arsenal was good, against Liverpool three years ago at Anfield was fantastic also so for me it's not easy to say, 'this one was better than the other".
"This match we have changed eight players".
"I think that he can improve more, because he has the potential to. I was anxious about the fact that we have conceded three goal opportunities to the opponent, for our mistakes".