Maurizio Sarri thinks Chelsea have had a “good season”, following a one all draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Chelsea played second fiddle to Manchester United for some parts of the game, and have a David De Gea hauler to thank for a late goal in the closing minutes of the first half.
Sarri admits, it was a difficult game against Manchester United, but reckons his Chelsea side have been a success so far in the season.
“We had on the pitch a little problem with the distances,” He told Sky Sports.
“There were too many metres from strikers to midfielders and we had trouble recovering the ball. In the last part of first half we were better and very well in second half. In the end we had a big chance but unfortunately missed it. It is not easy to play here against Manchester United.
Sarri On Antonio Rudiger’s injury: “The most serious problem is Rudiger for his knee. We have a problem with Willian for a knock. But the most serious is Antonio.”
Sarri On Chelsea’s season: “We need two wins. With this we are sure. Four points depends on goal difference. We played the final of the League Cup. We are fighting for the top four and in semi-final of the Europa league.
“We have done a good season. Now we need to take two very important targets.”