Chelsea defender, David Luiz has blamed Maurizio Sarri’s men following the Blues’ 2-0 defeat by Arsenal in the Premier League encounter on Saturday.
Goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Laurent Koscielny gave Unai Emery’s side all three points against Chelsea at the Emirates.
Luiz blamed Chelsea players for not converting their chances in front of goal against the hosts.
Speaking on Chelsea’s 2-0 defeat to Arsenal, Luiz was quoted by Independent UK as saying at post-match: “The first 25 minutes we did not perform well, after that to control a team like Arsenal here with possession is never easy, especially in the second half we did that.
“But then after that possession and being more dangerous is two different things, so I think we had the possession but we still have to be more dangerous.”
Luiz also identified the creation and conversion of chances as areas in which Chelsea “have to improve”, adding that: “When I say that I am not talking about the strikers, I am talking about the whole team.
“The offensive phase starts with goalkeeper (Kepa Arrizabalaga), and then with us the defenders, with everybody are to blame.”
Luiz will now hope to lead Chelsea to victory when they tackle Bournemouth on Wednesday in their next Premier League fixture.