After a disastrous February, Chelsea have had an upturn in their form. The Blues beat Tottenham and have qualified for the last eight of the Europa League and are likely to progress further.
Their performances have become better as they are now more defensively organized and the players are better in shape while defending without the ball. However, their boss Sarri remains unconvinced with the team’s ability to attack and his players’ off the ball movement in the offensive phase.
‘Sometimes we’ve played with very good quality in the offensive phase, and sometimes not,’ said Sarri. ‘We started to defend in a very good way in the last month, I think. ‘Now we need to start in the offensive phase to play every match with the same ideas.’
‘At the moment, we are not able to do this because, sometimes, we are without movement without the ball ‘Sometimes we didn’t put the ball into the box very well, or attack the spaces behind the opponents’ back-line very well. ‘We need to have consistency on this.’
Chelsea are due to play Everton this Sunday and will look to collect all three points after a disappointing draw to Wolves last week.