No action for mosses as Chelsea hammers Cardiff 4-1

Brunilde Fioravanti
Settembre 16, 2018

Sarri, meanwhile, reveals he is open to bringing Terry back to the club as a member of the coaching staff.

Chelsea take on Cardiff at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon, with Sarri looking to become just the fourth manager to win his first five Premier League games after Carlo Ancelotti, Craig Shakespeare and Pep Guardiola.

Giroud made two of Hazard's three goals at Stamford Bridge as the Blues romped to a 4-1 victory, and could have had another assist had Mateo Kovacic turned in his deft backheel.

While the Premier League only dates back to 1992-93, it requires a long trek through history to find the last time any English top-flight duo managed it.

Watford had also taken 12 points out of 12, but Javi Gracia's Hornets lost for the first time this term by going down 2-1 at home to Manchester United. It's still early, five games, fantastic we won all five and improved.

However, the visitors had to see out a nervy final few seconds when Erik Lamela skillfully volleyed home from a narrow angle and Son Heung-min had a penalty appeal waived away with the final attack of the game.

Arter was a little quick to the ground though, leaving his covering players exposed and producing some needless fouls.

Hazard sent Cardiff goalkeeper Neil Etheridge, who had already saved two penalties this season, the wrong way to complete the second Premier League hat trick of his Chelsea career.

"No, I can not change my mind for one match,"the Italian responded whether he thought he had changed his mind over his side's chances".

"I have spoken to him in the last two days, yesterday I told him for me he can score 40 goals".

The hosts almost hit back immediately and in some style as backheels from Pedro Rodriguez and Olivier Giroud sent Mateo Kovavic clear on goal, but the Croatian was denied his first Chelsea goal by a fine save from Neil Etheridge. "If he wants to help us, I'm very, very happy".

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