Carlo Cudicini commended the performance of two-goals Alvaro Morata, and in addition giving a report on Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s injury, as he evaluated the present FA Cup prevail upon Nottingham Forest.
The Blues are through to the FA Cup fourth round after serenely defeating Nottingham Forest at Stamford Bridge this evening as Morata scored twice in the second half to anchor a 2-0 triumph.
There were a lot of positives for the Blues, including Morata’s arrival to goalscoring structure and the performance of Callum Hudson-Odoi, who gave the two helps to the Spaniard.
Additional concerning was an injury sustained by Loftus-Cheek, who was supplanted by Eden Hazard just before half-time.
Cudicini, assistant to head coach Maurizio Sarri, gave his evaluation of the evening’s occasions, beginning with the performance of Morata.
‘I think Alvaro had a critical influence in the today performance, he was great as far as working for the team, unpleasantly however essentially protectively,’ said Cudicini. ‘It was imperative for him to score two goals which must be useful for his certainty. We are altogether satisfied with his performance however we were even when he didn’t score in past games so ideally it will be useful for his assurance that he scored, and ideally he will be all the more free in his brain.
‘Gianfranco Zola referenced in the public interview before the match that for a striker it’s troublesome when you experience a spell when you don’t score numerous goals, so his body communication was somewhat down, however in preparing he’s buckling down and we as a whole realized that at some point or another he would have the capacity to turn the corner and begin scoring goals. Fortunately he did it today, it was imperative since we truly care about this opposition and we need to do well.
‘He has every one of the conceivable outcomes to do that,’ Cudicini included, when inquired as to whether Morata should set himself a major focus as far as goals for the season. ‘He’s an incredible striker, he has extraordinary characteristics and now his certainty is back I’m certain he will continue scoring goals for us.
‘I think everybody is unique. A few players are maybe increasingly influenced by analysis they get however for us the most critical thing is that he’s preparation hard and he needs to move forward. Performance wise, over the goals it was critical he completed an awesome activity for the group, that is our worry.’