Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has stated that Maurizio Sarri’s vertical tiki-taka style of play A.K.A Sarri ball has impacted his goal scoring adversely.
Speaking in yesterday’s Press Conference, the Frenchman said:
“‘We could be more dangerous with crosses, running behind, “When you are not scoring enough goals, you point at the striker, but it’s more like having to improve in an offensive formation,”
Olivier Giroud has struggled for game time all season long playing second-fiddle to firstly Alvaro Morata and now Gonzalo Higuain.
The former Arsenal man has made only 24 league appearances under Maurizio Sarri with 17 of them being as a substitute although he has been the top scorer in this season’s Europa League.