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Maurizio Sarri demands Chelsea attackers improve with Eden Hazard and Gonzalo Higuain struggling for goals

Eden Hazard has scored just once in his last six appearances (Getty Images) Maurizio Sarri has urged Chelsea’s attackers to improve and admits he wants more movement from his players. Chelsea remain in the race for a top-four place in the Premier League as they travel to Everton on Sunday. Sarri has reversed Chelsea’s woeful run by winning four of his last five games in charge. But the Italian has called on his attacking players to improve their performances. Both Eden Hazard and Gonzalo Higuain have scored just once in their last six appearances, and Sarri believes Chelsea’s attackers are struggling with their movement off the ball. ‘Sometimes we’ve played with very good quality in the offensive phase, and sometimes not,’ said Sarri. Maurizio Sarri says Chelsea’s attackers need to improve their movement (Getty Images) ‘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. More: FootballMaurizio Sarri reveals key problem with Eden Hazard and Gonzalo Higuain at ChelseaErnesto Valverde warns Messi & Barca's players about facing Man Utd in Champions LeagueArsenal consider swapping two players in bid to sign £40m target ‘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.’ More: Chelsea FCVIDEO: Chelsea flop Alvaro Morata misses from two yards out in Atletico Madrid defeatPhil Thompson predicts which 'fragile' teams will miss out on top fourMichael Owen's Premier League & FA Cup predictions, including Man Utd and Liverpool...

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Published By: Metro - Sunday, 17 March







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