Chelsea defender Axel Disasi has claimed that he was happy with his individual performance in the 0-0 draw with Bournemouth yesterday.

He told the club website that he gave his all, and was pleased that the side did not concede a goal on the south coast.

It was a similar story for Disasi and the rest of his teammates yesterday as they struggled greatly to find the net yet again against a side in the bottom half of the table.

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The result leaves the side on five points from as many games, and them languishing in the bottom half of the table.

While there are still so many questions about how the ball has not ended up in the net, one area that can’t be questioned yesterday was the performance of those at the back.

Disasi happy with his own performance

It was a more traditional back four for Mauricio Pochettino’s side yesterday, even if that did include Levi Colwill playing as an out-and-out left-back.

Disasi has now claimed that he was pleased with his performance on a personal level.

He said: “I’m happy with my performance. We didn’t concede a goal so it’s good for the confidence. I tried to give my best to help the team.

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“I just try to do my best for the team. I feel better and better on the pitch.”

The France international has certainly impressed since coming in, despite very little fanfare surrounding his £38m transfer.

It remains to be seen though whether he keeps his place at the back when everyone is fit, with Benoit Badiashile pushing towards a return in the coming weeks.

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