‘If scoring makes him cry, then I hope to see him cry often’ – Sarri
Chelsea striker, Alvaro Morata put up an emotional celebration after his goal yesterday and Sarri says he hopes to see more of that.
The second rated tournament in Europe, Uefa Europa league went down in England last night with Chelsea playing against Mol Vidi at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea won their first game against Greek club, PAOK, a few weeks back and have added a second win after they defeated Mol Vidi last night.
The Blues striker, Alvaro Morata gave the home team their only goal in the second half of the match but the goal celebration turned out to be very emotional.
Alvaro Morata, who had his first goal for Chelsea in August against Arsenal was spotted in tears after his second goal of the season last night.
The Spaniard was seen placing his head on Willian’s shoulder crying after the goal.
Well, Chelsea coach, Sarri Maurizio disclosed in a post-match statement that he is happy for Morata.
The Italian coach went on to say if scoring goals make the Spaniard cry, he hopes to see him cry more often.
Sarri said he is hopeful that Alvaro Morata can restart from his recent performance.
Chelsea now have 6 points in UEL having defeated PAOK in Greece in their first match.