helsea manager Maurizio Sarri says he’s ‘disillusioned’ for Olivier Giroud after French striker neglects to score once more in Burnley triumph

 

Maurizio Sarri says he’s ‘disappointed’ for Olivier Giroud

 

CHELSEA manager Maurizio Sarri is « disillusioned » for failing Oliver Giroud after another blank against Burnley.

Giroud came off the bench for the last 16 minutes of the win at Turf Moor, and with the amusement at 3-0, the Frenchman was planning to fill his boots against the Clarets and end his club goal drought.

 

And he blew another chance to stake a claim for more game time against Sean n Dyche’s battling side on Sunday.

The striker has become a hit with the Stamford Bridge unwavering because of his work rate and his organization with Eden Hazard.

In any case, the 32-year-old who moved to West London from Arsenal in January has not scored for Chelsea since May.

The enormous forward has lost his place in the beginning line-up to Alvaro Morata, who has reacted with two goals in his last three Premier League .

 

Despite the comfortable win, Sarri wants Giroud firing on all cylinders and hitting the back of the net.

He stated: « I am disappointed for Giroud because today he could have scored and he needs an goal.

« I am very happy for Alvaro, for (Ruben) Loftus Cheek once more.

« Be that as it may, all is well we played exceptionally well, in full control for 80 minutes separated from the initial ten.

 

« At the moment we have to start to think to the next match since we need to play on Wednesday in the Carabao Cup and it will be difficult.

We need to respect them because it will be very difficult and we want to go ahead in the competition. »

Chelsea will welcome club legend Frank Lampard to the Bridge on Wednesday when they go up against his Derby side for a place in the last eight of the association glass.

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