- Maurizio Sarri has blamed Chelsea players for Jorginho's below-the-par performance to his Chelsea career
- Chelsea splashed out £57m to Napoli for the midfielder but has failed to impress this term
- Jorginho was in excellent form against Huddersfield and was applauded by Italian bosss Maurizio Sarri
Maurizio Sarri has faulted Chelsea squad members over Jorginho's poor start at Stamford Bridge.
According to a UK Sun report, Jorginho, who joined Chelsea in the summer from Napoli for £57m, is struggling with his game in the Premier League.
Surprisingly, Jorginho arrival has seen N'Golo Kante, who is listed among the best in the world get a new role further up the pitch.
Reacting after the game Sarri blamed Chelsea squad members poor "movement" on the field as responsible for Jorginho's plight.
"Jorginho played very well.
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“Jorginho needs movement without the ball from the other players because he is used to play one touch and it’s very difficult to play one touch without the movement of the other players.
"So the team in the first 25-30 minutes played very well, we have movements without the ball and for Jorginho it’s easier I think.
"We played our football because we moved the ball fast, very well.
"We didn’t play our backs to the opposing goal like in the last match but we attacked the spaces, so we played our football,” Sarri added.
Higuain and Eden Hazard netted twice each before David Luiz headed goal from Willian's corner four minutes from time sealed the win.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Chelsea defeat Huddersfield Town 5-0 in an EPL match on Saturday, February 2, to redeemed themselves after their embarrassing result at Bournemouth.
The Blues went into this game with the aims of making their fans happy following their last defeat as new signing Gonzalo Higuain scored for the first time for the Blues.
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