Maurizio Sarri: 'I must adapt to Chelsea'

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Chelsea's Premier League era under Maurizio Sarri is off to a superb start.

Moses would be hoping to continue from where he stopped last term - as he featured 28 times with three goals under Antonio Conte.

"I have to know the characteristics of the players because I think I don't want to do another Naples", he said.

Speaking in an interview with Chelsea FC's website, he said: "I think I will be able to adapt and I find his style, his ideas and how he likes to play very attractive".

Also, Jorginho only misplaced four of his 66 attempted passes, recording an accuracy of 93.9% - the best of any player to start the match. We have to improve in this month, then it might be hard with the national teams. We have to move the ball faster. Even with 10 men, Brazilian forward Richarlison restored Everton's lead in the second half but Neves swung in a cross that was headed in by Jimenez to restore parity.

"I think the players have done everything, left everything on the grass". Was a menace throughout until he was replaced with 15 minutes to play.

"The first half was hard. The best capacity was to suffer, but then I think the second half maybe they were exhausted".

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Huddersfield boss David Wagner felt his side "tried everything" in their 3-0 defeat at home to Chelsea, but accepts the result was deserved. "They are all very happy, very comfortable at the club and they all encouraged me to make the move and have an worldwide experience, and it's something I felt like doing".

"[Eden] Hazard is with us".

Huddersfield only put one shot on frame and struggled with possession, and it isn't going to get easier. "We have passion, commitment and desire".

"We started very well, on the front foot, and then the first goal came out of nothing".

The Croat will compete for playing time with N'Golo Kante, Jorginho, Cesc Fabregas, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Danny Drinkwater, and Ross Barkley. "We tried and created some opportunities, but Hazard showed his top quality for the third".

Eyes were obviously on debutants Jorginho and Arrizabalaga and the pair gave excellent accounts of themselves, with the former scoring a cheeky penalty in the first half.