Saturday, 12 March 2011

Carlo Ancelotti believes that 'Born To Score' Fernando Torres will soon start scoring goals for Chelsea !

Italian admits win against Manchester United boosted team's spirits which will follow on with an opener for The Spaniard in the upcoming games.

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti believes that Fernando Torres will soon be back on the score-sheet because the striker was born to score.

The record signing from Liverpool has had a quiet start to his career in a blue jersey as he has not scored during his first month featuring in the Blues offensive line.

Ancelotti believes that the Spanish international’s talent will shine through and told reporters last week, “I do not ask my strikers to score.”

However, Fernando Torres himself confessed he has to find the back of the net again if he wants to help the Blues land any silverware this season as he vowed to in January.

Some people have cast doubts on whether Torres will go the whole season without scoring for the Blues, but Ancelotti does not think this will happen.

"It is impossible, because he will score. He will score, sure, because Torres was born to score."

Chelsea came from behind to defeat Premier League leaders Manchester United 2-1 at
Stamford Bridge on Tuesday triggering a renewed belief in Chelsea backroom that the trophy can be retained by the West London club.

The Italian boss stayed optimistic through Chelsea’s inconsistent spell at the end of 2010 and is convinced that if the players themselves believe they can win, it can motivate the team as a whole.

"If some players think that we can win the title, I think that it's a good idea because this can give them good motivation," he added.

"Manchester United can lose the title. Compared to us, Arsenal are closer to them, and maybe they can have more possibility to reach first place.

"For us, it's very difficult to think this but obviously we want to win all the games that remain until the end of the season.

"We reached fourth place and we want to maintain this and, if possible, to improve this."


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