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Chelsea Sarri's Men Gamble pays off with superb Semi-final Comeback

The Blues Coach show's that his players are better as they fought through a wonderful London match last night.

Maurizio Sarri has break out his critics as his public barbs towards his own players did the trick in lighting a fire to get past Tottenham in the Carabao Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge yesterday.
There was talk about Sarri playing with fire as he risked a revolt upon saying his stars were very difficult after their 2-0 defeat to Arsenal, but his boys looked behind him as they got their deserved win over two legs, he said.
Chelsea Star Man "Eden Hazard" was singled out, and he put in a man of the match display to lead his side passed their fiercest rivals on Thursday. Both managers have yet to win a major honour but it will be the Italian who will get his chance against a powerful Manchester City side comes February 2019.

Players like Eric Dier and Lucas Moura missed a penalty as Kepa Arrizabalaga got his moment in the spotlight, with David Luiz getting the winning penalty in front of the Matthew Harding End and his club's most hardcore fans he stated.
Chelsea play maker Hazard picked up the ball in midfield and linked up with Pedro, before Azpilicueta's first time cross found the Belgian superstar to make it 2-0. Sarriball was back at its fluid best in the game.
The game was an outstanding display from Hazard, who left the false 9 position to play in his preferred left wing spot and it was a masterclass in wing play him with his dribbling and crossing being the biggest threat through out the night.
Moreover after what was a dismal half for an overly aggressive Tottenham side, they came out with more composure and attacking threat in the second half of the game.
Chelsea new signing, Higuain still looks like he could be the final piece in the puzzle as Giroud wasn't one of the star performers on a freezing cold night in the London derby. His last minute header wide perhaps shows the need for the new arrival from Serie A to chelsea.
Anything less than a Chelsea win over two legs would have been harsh on Sarri, who not only used his system to earn a chance in the club or at his first trophy but also his management ability as his words were heard by a dressing room that has seen off more managers than ever before.

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