Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri, has blamed Eden Hazard and other offensive players following the Blues’ 1-1 draw with Wolves in the Premier League on Sunday.
A late goal from Eden Hazard gave Maurizio Sarri’s side a point against the visitors.
However, Raul Jimenez did score for Wolves at the Stamford Bridge.
Sarri criticised Hazard, alongside other attackers after Chelsea’s draw with Wolves.
Speaking to talkSPORT, Sarri said: “Hazard, as well as all the other offensive players, must learn to move the ball faster in this kind of situation.
“He is able to dribble past five, six, or seven opponents, of course he is a great player – he can resolve the situation in every moment.
“When we play against a team that doesn’t want to play, we need to move the ball faster, we need more movement without the ball.
“We need more movements in the space otherwise it’s impossible to score.
“We have to do better otherwise it’s easy to come to Stamford Bridge and put eleven players in the last 20 metres so we need to improve resolving this kind of situation.”