Chelsea have begun the season in good form under Frank Lampard with the club looking pretty good in third position so far. There have been several learning curves for the young team this season but it appears that the club is moving in the right direction under the former Derby manager.
Lampard has been quick to implement a style that mimics Sarriball and traditional English football style. His players pass from the back but are quick to launch through balls to the channels directly to target man Tammy Abraham.
Abraham has been a useful outlet for the Blues with his back to goal and impressive passing ability. The young forward has begun to take the shape of Blues legend Didier Drogba with a similar style of play. He has regularly occupied opposing central backs with his sharp wit Mason Mount the biggest beneficiary of this.
Just like the old DrogbaLampard connection, Mount is able to ghost behind defences and finish off chances created from the midfield and the wings.
Jorginho has proven to be the key man for Lampard with his passing ability a key reason why Lampard has been able to succeed so far. The Italian has been more proactive with his passing and this has created more chances for the team.
Kante is one player that has been on and off the team due to injury. However, the French midfielder importance is seen when on the pitch. He brings world-class stability to the midfield and is capable of greatly improving the Blues attack.
Lampard has largely played him as the advanced midfielder in a midfield two and Kante has not disappointed scoring two goals already in as many matches.
The international break gives Lampard the chance to reflect and work on new tactics ahead of a busy run of fixtures.