Gary Cahill: Chelsea out to emulate Arsenal and stay unbeaten

Gary Cahill insists Chelsea will do everything possible to remain unbeaten this term

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Gary Cahill has declared that Chelsea will do everything possible to remain unbeaten this season.

Talk of Jose Mourinho’s men emulating Arsenal’s Invincibles side from 2003-04 has been growing in recent weeks following the Blues’ stunning start to the new campaign.

Saturday’s 2-1 win at Liverpool stretched Chelsea’s unbeaten start to the season to a club-record 17 games.

And Cahill is determined to help the Blues continue their fine start after the international break.

“It feels amazing [to still be unbeaten] but we just need to keep going,” said Cahill.

“We want to keep pushing and we want to keep winning games. We don’t want to lose, it’s a horrible feeling.”

Reflecting on Saturday’s victory on Merseyside, Cahill added: “It was massively important for us to keep our run going.

“We had some tough moments in the game and I felt we dug in and defended well as a team.

“We know we can hurt teams and we created a few chances. It’s a very hard place to go and get any type of result so we’re delighted with the win.”

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