"The system is good for our attacking players because we mostly have the ball, but it's normal that you lose it, so we need big players to come to the back and I think N'Golo [Kante] and [Mateo] Kovacic did very well".
"Chelsea have been very fluid, they are well coached and managed and we are expecting a tough game".
"For us now it's not important to think of matchday four, it's important to think of the next match".
Sarri, though, acknowledged that Moses will not play as a right-wing-back under the new dispensation, a role in which he flourished in under Conte, as the new manager wants the dazzler to play as a winger, a position in which he excelled during his days with the Eagles. I also think he can improve in the defensive phase. We'll see if Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea focus on Europe this season, while Sevilla are specialists in the cup competitions.
"The first half was hard and maybe we needed to move the ball with another speed and without the ball". I'm very happy with the four matches, but I think only, starting from now, to the next match, not to the end of the season.
Maurizio Sarri is unlikely to change the winning formula as Chelsea host an undefeated Bournemouth side at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Yet while Chelsea enjoyed plenty of possession they created only a few chances and could easily have found themselves trailing at the interval. Now we are trying to let him to play like a winger. I am really very happy with him. "They improved very well during the week and in matches".
But everything appears to be going right for Sarri at the moment and his decision to introduce Pedro in the 65th minute was rewarded when the Spaniard struck the opening goal just seven minutes later.
Back-to-back wins over Cardiff and West Ham were followed by a 2-2 comeback draw with Everton last weekend so the Cherries will be desperate to maintain their unbeaten record against Chelsea tomorrow. Only for this. It depends upon the situation.