The Spanish global engineered a solid and commendable debut for his new side as they clinched a 3-0 win over Huddersfield Town at the Kirklees Stadium on Saturday.
The Belgium global completed a €35 million (£31m/$40m) switch to the Santiago Bernabeu late in the Premier League transfer window, forcing those at Stamford Bridge to piece together a record-breaking €80m (£72m/$91m) deal for Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Callum Hudson-Odoi was tipped to start after a bright preseason. I have to adapt myself to the characteristics of this championship and of (my) players.
Alvaro Morata failed to live up to expectations last season while Olivier Giroud is not a striker that can be expected to score an abundance of goals.
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The 59-year-old also conceded Chelsea struggled to play against Huddersfield's formation.
Still, teething problems were to be expected given the Italian manager's arrival halfway through preseason, and Chelsea can take heart from the win, earned with their best attacking player, Eden Hazard, sitting on the bench for 75 minutes. Speaking at the post-match press conference, Sarri admitted, "I was not completely satisfied, as we won today mainly due to individual talent rather than tactical organisation".
Higuain, though, was a wanted man and the Blues were reportedly interested but in the end they missed out and Sarri - who previously coached him at Napoli - was a tad disappointed in not getting his target. We are just in the beginning. 'I think we played very well, we had control of the game, we had possession. "We always tried to be in control".
"I think the best thing is for him to play 15-20 minutes when the opponents probably are exhausted". "The players showed great character and commitment", he said. "That's enough for me to be confident for this Premier League season, if we keep it up".
"We kept them away from our goal and as I said they scored out of nothing". No chance. No, ' Brazilian forward Willian told Goal.