The consistent rotation of Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud have become questionable. While both players performances in Blue’s shirt were deemed “criminal”.
Maurizio Sarri’s twist could well place them on a knife-edge, while their industrious works in training may yet be tentative in their fans perspective as one of those fortuitous players like Fernando Torres who issued diminutive share of contribution when he won both the Champions League and Europa cup in the space of two years with the London club.
Morata netted 11 EPL goals in his debut season including a hat-trick against Stoke City but has struggled to be clinical in front of goal.
While trying to meet with Chelsea’s demand which compares him with former legend Didier Drogba, the current ambassador of Chelsea hinted in an interview that could boost their adroit level in Sarri’s supposed free-scoring tactics.
According to Drogba:
“When I came it wasn’t easy for me. I think for strikers it is just a matter of confidence and do you want to improve your game and make yourself more difficult to play against.”
Both players have not settled yet in Sarri’s pecking order. While one is good at getting to goal scoring position, the other is good at laying passes to help wingers score goals. But if that’s what Sarri wants, remains latent.