Cesc Fabregas has opened up on the ‘sensations’ he feels playing under Maurizio Sarri.
The Spanish midfielder struggled to play regularly during Antonio Conte’s time at Stamford Bridge, but he’s had no such problems with Sarri.
The Italian manager replaced Conte in the summer and has immediately set about creating an exciting Chelsea team.
And while Fabregas didn’t play at the beginning of that due to a knee injury, he’s back fit now and looks set to play a very important role for Sarri.
Cesc started against Liverpool in the EFL Cup for his first start in months and followed that up with 90 minutes against Vidi in the Europa League in midweek.
Now Fabregas will be expecting to play against Southampton tomorrow – and he’s spoken about how good life is under Sarri:
Cesc has rediscovered those sweet sensations ✨ pic.twitter.com/6uR1sQlEtt
— ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) October 6, 2018
Chelsea currently sit third in the Premier League table, two points off joint league leaders Manchester City and Liverpool.
But the table toppers play against each other tomorrow so there’s an opportunity for Chelsea to move up the table if they win and the result in that games goes their way.