After a choppy opening half hour, N'Golo Kante made the breakthrough and, from that point on, there was only going to be one outcome. "I have to respect the characteristics of the players, the championship and now I study my players".
It's true the English game is different but I have a lot of friends, other Spanish players, already playing in the English Premier League and they've given me fantastic references about playing here.
Pedro applied the finishing touch after Hazard accelerated forward with goal before unselfishly teeing up the Spaniard, who was cool and collected before lifting the ball over the onrushing Hamer, watching it trickle into the corner.
As we know, Kante is not known for scoring goals but he's kept up his record of scoring at least one goal in a Premier League season by getting off to a flyer this afternoon. "We did it better in the second half, there was more space and time".
Roared on by the loud home support that had helped them to survival at the end of last season, Huddersfield had plenty of early pressure. However, this was forgiven just before half-time when he made a buccaneering break into the Huddersfield box and drew a foul to secure the penalty which Jorginho converted.
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This will mean Barkley may once again find himself sitting on the bench at Chelsea, fighting with Ruben Loftus-Cheek for a spot as Kovacic's back up.
"We are not a physical team and I think the best of the game is the capacity of suffering for 15 minutes". You can't do that against Chelsea because they will hurt you, and that's exactly what they did.
And even when the Blues' attacks worked their way through, Kongolo was there to provide some brilliant last-ditch tackles to keep the pressure off Ben Hamer in the Huddersfield goal.
DF Marcos Alonso, 7 - Criticised by some supporters for lacking the wherewithal to play as a left-back in Sarri's system, Alonso did look laboured at times in defence.
There was also no place in the squad for Ethan Ampadu, another young player to have impressed in pre-season, and Tammy Abraham who Sarri looks to have chosen as their third-choice striker ahead of Batshuayi.