Chelsea boss has played down concerns over the tears by striker Alvaro Morata after he handed his side the winning goal in Europa League game against Vidi at the Stamford Bridge.
The Spanish striker had scored the only goal of the game in the 70th minute and he had an emotional celebration with teammate William on Thursday night.
In his reaction, the manager said he had no idea on why the player cried after winning and played down any negatives from the Spanish man’s tears.
Sarri went ahead to note that if the player wishes to cry each time he scores, then he is would be glad to see the player cry more.
The former Napoli boss therefore hailed the player and noted the importance of Morata and Olivier Giroud to the team in this season.
Sarri said the goal scored by the former Real Madrid striker can help him restart his career at Chelsea knowing that he has not been the player he was tipped to be when he was brought to the club.
Moratta has not been convincing and has divided the Blues fans as some think he should be sold while other thinks he can still deliver at the Stamford Bridge.