Chelsea 3-0 Luton Town : 3 Blues lessons learned

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It’s evident that the Blues are still in the process of understanding the expectations placed upon them. Individuals continue to grasp the optimal methods of collaboration with their teammates on the field. It’s a common sight to witness Pochettino directing his players to convene on one side or players exchanging communication during stoppages. These interactions revolve around seeking ways to exploit the opposition’s vulnerabilities or clarifying on-field preferences.

Instances like Pochettino’s enthusiastic attempts to encourage his team to swiftly shift play from one flank to another, signaled by his raised arms, and his evident bewilderment when that pass wasn’t executed, underscore the team’s learning curve. Furthermore, Pochettino’s dialogues with Sterling, despite the veteran player’s experience, and his conversations with Chelsea’s entire left side during a stoppage, involving Levi Colwill, Enzo Fernandez, and Ben Chilwell, exemplify his coaching approach.

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Sterling’s engagement in discussions with Axel Disasi and Nicolas Jackson further highlight the group’s endeavor to comprehend each other’s playing style. While there may have been moments that left Pochettino amazed, this Chelsea side is poised for further growth and development.