The Brazil worldwide netted a stunning goal to secure his side a 2-1 win over Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening. "He can improve on his movements without the ball, and he has the potential to score more".
The goal galvanised Newcastle and they ended the half on top, with Chelsea struggling to break them down - and there were even audible boos from the home crowd as Jorginho played the ball straight out of play early in the second period.
"Jorginho was in trouble and on the bench there wasn't a player for that position". "I need an option for Jorginho".
"Stop, stop, stop. I don't know anything about the Willian contract, but I don't know what to answer", Sarri said during his post-game news conference.
"The club knows very well my opinion".
"I need the player there, it depends on the club's decision, I think. I can not do anything more".
Newcastle have now lost 10 in a row away to the division's established top six, but they put up a good fight in West London, levelling up through Ciaran Clark after Pedro opened the scoring, only for Willian to win the match for Chelsea.
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But, while Chelsea remain in control of the race to qualify for the Champions League, this was a far from convincing performance.
"It is very hard to understand".
"If we work and play with the same passion, intensity and work rate, we will definitely have chances to get points against a lot of teams". "He's a fundamental player - he has to stay with us".
"We were not able to react in the right way to the difficulty".
But it took only nine minutes for the Blues to go in front as Newcastle's five-man defence was carved open easily.
The 28-year-old Belgian created the decisive goal, scored brilliantly by Willian, who netted for just the third time in the league this season.
"But I think the character was good and the most important is to win the game".
With the day's results seeing Newcastle slip into the bottom three, their manager, Rafa Benitez, called on his club's owners to release funds to enable him to sign a new attacker this month.