EPL: What Sarri said after Chelsea’s 1-0 win over Crystal Palace

Dominic Solanke

Dominic Solanke

As far as Christian Pulisic is concerned, however, there seems to be a very mixed message concerning his future with some outlets claiming he's agreed and signed personal terms with Chelsea while others say the race to sign him is still on.

Chelsea FC have won their last two Premier League games thanks to victories over Crystal Palace and Watford to bounce back from a 1-0 loss to Leicester.

Still, there appears the added competition from AC Milan, although the Italian side's Financial Fair Play concerns may mean that the Blues could take advantage over the proceedings by discussing a straight-cash deal rather than going with monthly settlements.

"In 10 minutes we had three injuries - Fabregas, Loftus and Drinkwater - then Giroud, and we were already without Pedro and Odoi.

I am happy with the team because we dominated for 85 minutes, although we didn't kill the match, so we had to fight again for the last five minutes", Sarri told BBC's MOTD. Chelsea were really very good.

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Willian struck a free-kick against the post, before Ross Barkley's hooked shot also also hit the woodwork. "He would provide the attacking threat that a good centre forward should provide... We played very well or very badly and now I think it's time to have mental and material continuity". He's a proven goalscorer through all the age groups at Chelsea and England.

According to a UK Sun report, Martinez is upbeat his 27-year-old global skipper will be in better shape at the Premier League outfit under Maurizio Sarri than at the Los Blancos.

Cesc Fabregas wants to make his 500th English club appearance before leaving Chelsea in the January transfer window. But we didn't kill the match and so, for us, it's very hard to defend in the box in the last five minutes.

"It is never easy to play here or control it here, especially when they (Crystal Palace) play long balls, but we did well".

The former England boss added: "He's someone with the profile we're looking for, and the ability we are looking for". We were not able to get the ball from them.

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