WILLY CABALLERO has said that Kepa Arrizabalaga has learned from his Wembley sub-snub, and Chelsea team coach has received his support.
Maurizio Sarri, head of Kepa's usual No1, wound on Wednesday in Spurs, following the shocking Carabao Cup Final antics.
Instead of Veteran Caballero, the Spaniards were named in front of the bench among the sticks.
Argentina's 37-year-old manager kept it as clean as Pedro, and Kieran Trippier won a goal for Chelsea to score 2-0 in the London suburbs and four major rivals.
But Caballero quickly responded to his young colleagues, because he did not play.
BT Sporti said: "We hear about what happened one more day.
"But the good news is, it does not matter what happened, we are ready.
"Kepa was fantastic today to help me. I think we have learned, we have learned and we are improving as a team."
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Kepa bought the money for last year's summer, together with the cream that defeated Manchester City Wembley in spring, and suffered a hamstring injury.
Under Sarri, Caballero gradually withdrew and waited for Kepa's representative.
But it was surprising that Kepa stopped, he did not refuse to give him a mess of Blues and left Sarri to fake.
This week, he was dying for Stamford Bridge, and he will still see if he is ready to fight Fulham next Sunday.
After winning the Spurs series, he said: "Caballero is an excellent goalkeeper and is a great man for us, it's very safe for the pitch and the clothes."