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Maurizio Sarri's reign as Chelsea manager got off to the best possible start with an eye-catching 3-0 win away at Huddersfield. After a choppy opening half hour, N'Golo Kante made the breakthrough and, from that point on, there was only going to be one outcome. Jorginho doubled the visitors' advantage from the penalty spot on the stroke of half-time and Pedro wrapped up the points with a smartly-taken goal following a dazzling run by substitute Eden Hazard.

Positives

An away win, featuring three goals and a clean sheet, are reasons to be cheerful, but add to that an all-round team performance from a group who have rediscovered the joy of being able to play an enterprising brand of football. Sarri has said it will take time to get his players playing his style; if this was anything to go by, the rest of the Premier League will be in trouble when Chelsea fully hit stride.

Negatives

There were occasional signs of hesitancy in defence early on that a stronger team than Huddersfield might have exploited, but to criticise Chelsea beyond that would be harsh.

Manager rating out of 10

9 -- With the exception of handing Kepa Arrizabalaga a debut in goal, Sarri played it safe with his first league line-up by opting for experienced heads to do his high-press bidding. There were groans from some when the team was announced -- the likes of Marcos Alonso, Willian and Alvaro Morata have not been popular with sections of Chelsea's support -- but their performances vindicated Sarri's decisions.

Player ratings (1-10, 10 = best, players introduced after 70 minutes get no rating)

GK Kepa Arrizabalaga, 7 -- Making his debut just three days after signing for a club-record fee, there were questions about his familiarity with Sarri's style of play and the defence in front of him, but the 23-year old looked assured in goal and a confidence-boosting clean sheet came easily enough.

DF Cesar Azpilicueta, 8 -- Right-back was always his natural position and it showed in the ease with which he was able to adjust to the revision in his duties from right centre-back. He captained the side well and the defence looked cohesive under his watch.

DF Antonio Rudiger, 7 -- Chelsea need a reliable rock at centre-back and Rudiger looked every inch the type of player who won't go missing when most needed.

DF David Luiz, 8 -- Revitalised under Sarri, Luiz rolled back the years with a competent and -- more importantly -- focused display of controlled, ball-playing defending.

DF Marcos Alonso, 7 -- Criticised by some supporters for lacking the wherewithal to play as a left-back in Sarri's system, Alonso did look laboured at times in defence. However, this was forgiven just before half-time when he made a buccaneering break into the Huddersfield box and drew a foul to secure the penalty which Jorginho converted.

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