Although Chelsea ran riot against Southampton, defeating them by 3 goals, manager Maurizio Sarri has claimed his side made some errors which needed to be corrected.
It was a good weekend for Chelsea as they continue their unbeaten run in the Premier League with goals from Eden Hazard, Ross Barkley and Alvaro Morata handing a convincing victory to the Stamford Bridge side.
However, the Italian manager confessed his side were lucky not to have been punished by the flaws in the game but said they would be corrected.
According to him, his side made two failed counter-attacks which would have resulted in goals and that has to come better next time.
In addition, there were few defensive lapses that would have cost their win on Sunday.
The former Napoli boss stressed the importance of being in control of all games so as to dictate the rhythm of the game.
Sarri expressed delight at the mood of the players and the fans who chanted all through the game. He acknowledges his excitements seeing them smile.
The team will now be on break for players to attend to their national calls and Sarri hopes his players return fit and without injuries knowing how well it would affect his side if they do not return in good shape.