Ill Maurizio Sarri unhappy with Chelsea performance in Belarus

Ill Maurizio Sarri unhappy with Chelsea performance in Belarus

"We can perform a lot better than the two [away] games we've had, they've been off days and we need to look at that, of course we do".

Liverpool defender Andy Robertson is confident they can beat Paris Saint-Germain in France and secure qualification for the Champions League group stage if they can rediscover their spark.

However, the report says that Sarri has "ruled out" the possibility of Loftus-Cheek being sent out on loan for the second half of the campaign even though his playing time in the Premier League has been limited. In this case goal difference will come into play between Liverpool and Red Star Belgrade.

"I felt they handed the momentum to Red Star and they managed to keep it for the rest of the game. So that's what I did on a good cross from Emerson, and that's what we need to do more often". Last season, he was on target in both games against the Belarusian champion when he played for Arsenal in Europe's second tier competition. They're probably the only ones this season that we haven't, for whatever reason. "For his confidence I think it is very important".

The Fiver: Sign up our free daily football email. "And tomorrow there will be such a fight, when someone will have to be left out of the game, someone will have to play, someone will be released as a substitute". "The gaffer, win or lose, always speaks more the day after because that's when he can clear his head and that's where he gets the best out of us".

"We had the first big chance with Daniel [Sturridge], a very big one".

However, Robertson is confident they can get the job done in France.

Socceroo Rogic played the full 90 minutes in central midfield as manager Brendan Rodgers went for broke in a tight group led by Red Bull.

"Napoli came here and found it tough as well, so it's a tough place to come, but we expected that". After the match Sarri said he was far more satisfied with three points than his team's performance.