Maurizio Sarri has identified two of Chelsea’s weaknesses after the Blues draw against the Toffees on Sunday, per reports.
In a game in which Everton were dubbed as underdogs, the Blues were unable to find their rhythm and eventually settled for a draw against the Merseyside club.
Hazard had failed to start in the Blues’ last three games but he was in the starting XI over the last weekend. He just recovered from a back injury that kept him out of action.
The Belgian, who has been in swashbuckling form for Chelsea from the start of the season failed to pull any strings to the dismay of the fanbase of the club.
Following the result, Chelsea have remained below Manchester City and Liverpool on the Premier League log but Sarri has been able to identify what is wrong with his team.
“I think we have to sort out the problem of the approach of the match because in the last two or three matches we haven’t been approaching the games right,” Sarri said.
“At the beginning we moved the ball too slowly, so it is easy for the opposition to defend and impossible for us to be dangerous.
“We have to accept the draw, at the end it’s a good point and we are still unbeaten.”