Maurizio Sarri: Chelsea Need 'Something Different' At Striker

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It was the second straight home match in which Chelsea failed to score.

It was no surprise Morata wasted a golden opportunity to open the scoring when he met Cesar Azpilicueta's long pass with a tame header straight at 22-year-old Angus Gunn - the son of ex-Norwich goalkeeper Bryan Gunn.

Right now, Alvaro Morata is the Blues' only recognized striker with Olivier Giroud sidelined with an ankle injury.

This arrangement has deterred Chelsea from attempting to bring the player to the Premier League, with the need to negotiate with both clubs a stumbling block, as report Goal. "I think we need something else for our characteristics". "But it depends on the board, I think, not me".

As such Eden Hazard has had to carry the brunt of the goalscoring responsibility - netting 10 times in the league on his way to bringing up a century of goals for the club - with the Belgium global even having been deployed as a false nine in recent weeks. We have to try to solve the problem.

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Sarri told the press after last nights game.

The United States worldwide will remain at the Signa Iguna Park until the end of the season before making a return back to the west London club.

Chelsea announced the £57 million signing of Christian Pulisic on Wednesday, though the United States global will not arrive from Borussia Dortmund until the summer, whilst the club have also been credited with an interest in AC Milan striker Gonzalo Higuaín.

Although they controlled the game, chances were few and far between for Chelsea until Hazard burst down the left for a shot that Gunn beat away at his near post.

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