David Wagner: Huddersfield 'tried everything' against Chelsea


Maurizio Sarri will get his first taste of Premier League football when his Chelsea side travel to Huddersfield on Saturday afternoon.

Just 28 days after being belatedly confirmed as Antonio Conte's successor, the Italian got his first taste of the English top-flight in West Yorkshire.

A strike from World Cup victor N'Golo Kante, Jorginho's penalty on debut and a late goal for Pedro were enough to hand Maurizio Sarri a first win in the Premier League.

Pedro added the icing on the cake with 10 minutes left, having been teed up by Eden Hazard - who came on as a substitute and immediately went about tormenting Huddersfield defenders.

Despite putting up a staunch defence in the first half, they found themselves down 2-0 heading into half time and on the losing end of a 3-0 scoreline.

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'We were in trouble for 15 minutes against a physical team, we are not a physical team. "But then I think the second half the opponents were maybe a bit exhausted, and it was a bit easier".

'The difference from the physical it is different.

"For the referees, it is different".

Sarri was pleased to win, but did not think the match felt like a three-goal victory.

"It depends on me and the players".

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Huddersfield boss David Wagner accepted his side were roundly outplayed, highlighting defensive errors as contributing to a heavy home loss.

"A disappointing result, not a disappointing performance, especially the first half", the Terriers boss said.

Even as Chelsea grew in the game and took the lead, Morata looked slightly lost in the attacking line as Willian and Pedro opted to cut in from their wide positions. So I hope in this month to improve the team'.

9 - With the exception of handing Kepa Arrizabalaga a debut in goal, Sarri played it safe with his first league line-up by opting for experienced heads to do his high-press bidding.

"They had four or five chances and scored three goals and we were not able to use our chances. It's always important to start well, it's going to be tough but we are ready".

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FW Willian, 8 - Willian has also come in for unnecessary criticism from sections of Chelsea's support in recent weeks but, like Alonso, his contribution was pivotal when he assisted Kante's goal following a clever run.