'Every player needs this commitment.
But we will start off with the bare form figures, starting with Chelsea's recent home League results...
"Today I missed, tomorrow must be better!", he wrote.
I know end-of-season results mean little in a new campaign but its telling that Chelsea reversed that draw with Huddersfield by smashing them away last week....
"For me, we need to start together, whether we are attacking or defending".
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"After this injury, I tried with Lichtsteiner, who is a player with experience". In the second half, we had less moments in the match and we conceded more chances for Chelsea to score the third goal. I chose to change it because I think we needed a little more of a push in the middle, so that we couldn't let Chelsea progress easily with the ball.
'But also they had options, chances to score and effectivity is the difference.
Xhaka was hauled off at half-time and replaced by £26m summer signing Lucas Torreira but Emery explained the switch was nothing to do with trying to counter Chelsea's midfield dominance and was instead because the Swiss midfielder had picked up a booking.
"This possibility to play with two or three midfielders, it depends on each match whether to change or not and the demand in each match whether we can do one midfielder more, either more attacking or more defensive, it depends", Emery said.
"I am happy with Mesut", Inews quoted Emery as saying at post-match conference. I then chose to change because I think we needed in the middle some more push, to not let Chelsea progress easy with the ball, to not defend so deep. I think maybe in the second half we lost the positioning in the pitch and were too deep in some moments. We are going to do with him the same work and helping him, demanding also work every day.
Mkhitaryan was at the heart of the initial comeback and it was a perplexing display from the ex-Manchester United star in general, as he recovered from a dismal first 35 minutes to haul his side back into the game nearly on his own.