Sarri enjoyed the "fun" performance of Hazard, who relished being freed from the "false nine" role he had occupied of late.
"I think that they reacted very well tonight, but I didn't attack my players", he insisted. He's very important. He's improving.
Eric Dier skied one penalty, Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga saved one from Spurs winger Lucas Moura, and David Luiz put the finishing touches to send Chelsea to the League Cup final on February 24 at Wembley Stadium in London.
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Teenagers, though, who don't get enough playing time are starting to look overseas for opportunities. Solskjaer has hailed the progress McTominay has made at the club.
"I was very happy with the performance of the team".
"I wouldn't like those comments if I were a player and I think it helps Eden Hazard's decision to part company with the club which has been widely reported with Real Madrid [interested]", Stewart told Ian Stone's Comedy Breakfast (weekdays 6.30am-10.30am)."You don't want a manager going public and saying things of that nature". If there had been a different outcome I would have still been happy.
He has scored four goals in 30 outings this season, as many as he managed in the previous three seasons. "It is completely unfair to charge the club like you would Manchester City, Liverpool or Chelsea".
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Kane is out injured, though, as is Dele Alli, while Son Heung-min is away on global duty at the Asian Cup, leaving Mauricio Pochettino's side shorthanded as it looks to reach the final. Sarri said. "But we are able to play a lot". "I think the team did great, especially in the first half we could score three or four goals". I'm disappointed because I think we deserved more.
He played like a man who was not expecting to be thrust into centre stage; he was slow and rusty, missing two headed chances and compounding his misery by putting through his own net in the first half.
"The team was so good".
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Rashford's fine solo goal made it 2-0 after Paul Pogba had scored his 10th of the season from the penalty spot. Brighton boss Chris Hughton said: "Certainly I wasn't disappointed with the overall performance".