From Kante to the kids, winners and losers as Chelsea beat Huddersfield

Tottenham have had a much quieter summer after becoming the first Premier League side since the transfer window was introduced in 2003 to not make a single signing.

New boss Maurizio Sarri has seemingly been unable to convince the Belgian that his future lies with Chelsea, with the latest updates indicating Musonda is still angling for an imminent departure. Jorginho will clearly be the key, the expert at quickly shifting the ball that Sarri knows well from Napoli.

His header, which beat all of Chelsea's defenders and their new keeper, unfortunately deflected off of the post and back into play.

It's not to sign new contracts. That was the biggest threat to Chelsea's goal, with the Spain global comfortably dealing with headers from Philip Billing and Laurent Depoitre.

Most of Chelsea's players played really well, with David Luiz especially impressive as he controlled the air and fed some good alls up front.

But they were linked with one - a very good one at that. They were not dominant, but kept their theoretically superior opponents from making too many threatening attacks, happy for Chelsea to pass the ball around in deep positions.

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Eyes were obviously on debutants Jorginho and Arrizabalaga and the pair gave excellent accounts of themselves, with the former scoring a cheeky penalty in the first half. Sarri is famed for getting the best out of his strikers, but said: "In Naples, we played at great speed, ball forward, ball back, with continuity, with great speed with the strikers". It was fun for the supporters and useful for results. "I have to respect the characteristics of the players, the championship and now I study my players". In the first line, we defended not like we wanted to defend. Could they be potential title challengers this season?

"Then I think in the second half the opponents were a bit exhausted and it was easier". "That is something I used to play at my old club, Caen", Kante said this week.

"I think that Eden in this moment can not play for 90 minutes, he needs to have training", Sarri said of the Belgium star.

The Express claims the Real hierarchy will meet this week in a bid to settle on a Galactico-style target and are likely to offer a near world-record fee which they feel could tempt Chelsea into selling Hazard.

Pereyra, who scored five goals in 18 league appearances for Watford last season, volleyed home from a corner by Jose Holebas in the 35th minute before doubling the lead with an unmarked finish in the 54th.

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