Three Players Who Did Really Well After Antonio Conte Left

1. David Luiz

After a turbulent stint under former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, Brazilian superstar David Luiz finally feels at home at Stamford Bridge, having struck a perfect chemistry with Maurizio Sarri and becoming a vital figure in the Italian’s squad in the English capital.

Luiz has been one of the stand-out performers at Chelsea this season, producing a number of impressive displays and earning a massive 7 appearances for The Blues in all competitions so far.

With his incredible physicality, amazing rigidity and incredible confidence on the ball, the 31-year-old has earned his spot at the heart of the defence, helping in starting plays from the back, making vital clearances and dealing with aerial threats.

2. Eden Hazard

A managerial change was all Belgian International Eden Hazard needed in order to take his Chelsea career forward, with the playmaker raising his game to an extraordinary height following the appointment of Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge this summer.

Hazard has earned a brilliant start to life under the Italian, putting up a couple of extraordinary performances that have earned him a lot of attention from football fans across the globe. The attacker has entered the new Premier League campaign in blistering form, notching an impressive 5 goals and 2 in 6 appearances so far as well as helping The Blues to emerge victorious in 5 of their 6 matches as they aim to challenge the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool to the ultimate prize this season.

Having struck a perfect chemistry with Maurizio Sarri at Staford Bridge, Hazard is well poised to achieve greater things in his career this season. And with his impressive performances at the moment, The Blues will be happy they kept their star player from Real Madrid’s advances during the summer transfer window.

3 Pedro

Former Barcelona winger Pedro Rodriguez is also one of the few Chelsea superstars that have taken their games to new heights following the sacking of Antonio Conte and the appointment of Maurizio Sarri this summer.

Having bagged an impressive 3 goals for The Blues in 5 Premier League appearances this season, the attacker has earned a decent start to life under the Italian, using his incredible pace and amazing movement to torment opposition defenders in the English top flight.

Occupying the right flank of Chelsea’s attack, Pedro has been a great joy to watch this season combining his brilliant link-up and fantastic positioning to improve team play as well as pushing to attack at every opportune moment.

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