Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri was strangely negative in his assessment of Sunday’s goalless draw with Everton.
Despite not getting all three points, Chelsea remain the only side in Europe’s top five leagues to remain unbeaten in all competitions this season.
However, the former Napoli coach lamented his side’s reluctance to play with more pace.
“I think we have to sort out the problem of the approach of the match because in the last two or three matches we haven’t been approaching the games right,’’ Sarri told the BBC.
“At the beginning we moved the ball too slowly, so it is easy for the opposition to defend and impossible for us to be dangerous.
“We have to accept the draw, at the end it’s a good point and we are still unbeaten.”