Chelsea star Antonio Rudiger has issued a demand of not compare former manager Antonio Conte and current boss Maurizio Sarri.
The Blues are currently developing well under former Napoli boss Sarri who joined the Blues on 14 July this summer after Conte departure.
However, Rudiger, who was signed by Conte from Roma last summer, has now refused to compare both managers.
“Stop comparing. I don’t want to speak about the past,” Rudiger said.
“As you can see, we do a lot of ball possession and try to press high.”
”Yeah, that’s a good sign [to come back]. It meant we are ready – it was a difficult game but in the end, with a bit of luck, we fully deserved this win.”
“But if you saw the whole game, I wouldn’t say that it’s luck. Game-by-game I think it’s getting better and that’s our target.”
“Before the internationals, we’ll try to win all of our games and then come back after and go on.”
“At the end of the day, the three points are more important because the performances will come definitely.”
“If I saw this game and the game against Arsenal in the first half and the last 20 minutes, we’re improving.”
“But, for me, especially for everyone, three points are important.”