Kepa Arrizabalaga: Chelsea goalkeeper ‘understands his mistake’, says manager Sarri

Kepa Arrizabalaga helped Chelsea to a first Premier League away put off since 30 December

Kepa Arrizabalaga “understands his mistake”, acknowledged Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri after the goalkeeper marked his return following a club beautiful with a fundamental demonstrate in victory at Fulham.

Arrizabalaga became dropped for the midweek put off over Tottenham after refusing to be substituted in the Carabao Cup closing with Manchester City.

He became recalled on Sunday and made fundamental saves as Chelsea received 2-1.

“Kepa is a individual. He understood the mistake,” Sarri told BBC Sport.

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“He became in a situation to react thoroughly.”

Arrizabalaga, 24, became fined per week’s wages and apologised after he refused to be changed by Willy Caballero at Wembley final Sunday.

On Friday, Sarri acknowledged he had not decided whether or not to take dangle of the £71m signing from Athletic Bilbao for the match with Fulham.

On the other hand, the Spaniard produced a individual-of-the-match performance after being named in the facet to face struggling Fulham at Craven Cottage.

With Chelsea main 1-0, he made an prominent acrobatic put to set out Aleksandar Mitrovic.

Arrizabalaga moreover pissed off Tom Cairney and Joe Bryan as Chelsea went on to symbolize a first away league put off of 2019.

Meanwhile, extinct Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has backed Arrizabalaga to flourish at Stamford Bridge after final week’s “misunderstanding”.

“There were a vogue of factors that made us dangle it became sizable – in the tip it became not that big because it became a misunderstanding,” Mourinho told BeIN Sports.

“I if truth be told possess about a associates on the club and each person speaks amazingly properly about Kepa. They explain he is a immense kid and isn’t very in a position to this confrontational perspective and when the within knowledge is this certain, I believe this.”

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