Southampton lost gallantly to Chelsea on Sunday by 3 goals and it looked too easy for the Blues to do.
This is, however, the confusion for Southampton manager Mark Hughes who in his post-match reaction stated that his side had created some good chances with Danny but failed to convert.
Should the Saint had scored the first goal; it would have been a different ball game for the Blues according to the manager.
The Saints manager expressed surprise that his side were unable to match the strength of the Sarri team despite the preparation.
He, therefore, admits that the London side are a good team and were unstoppable when they are in full slow attack.
According to him, his side looked too passive and made the game too comfortable for Chelsea in their half.
That gets him confused the, more on how the Blues were able to achieve that.
The former Chelsea player went ahead to praise his former side who are unbeaten in the Premier League.
The win fires Chelsea to the second position in the table ahead of Liverpool and behind Manchester City.
This was only made possible after the Anfield team failed to secure a win against their visitors on Sunday.