Chelsea's Oscar reckons watching Blues' attack just like watching Brazil!
Champions League goal-king Oscar believes Chelsea's new attacking style is just like watching Brazil.
The dazzling young forward, who is loving every minute of his new life in London, believes that the adventurous passing game demanded by Blues boss Roberto Di Matteo has allowed him to take to English football like a duck to water.
"It's a pleasure to play for a team which attacks like this. I'm Brazilian so of course I like playing this style of football a lot. It makes me happy to be part of a team playing this way," The Sun quoted Oscar, as saying.
"After every 90 minutes we feel as though we have a better understanding of each other's game and, hopefully, there is much more to come from us," he added.
According to the paper, the Brazilian international was expecting to be given a gradual introduction to life in the Premier League following his 25 million pound summer move from Internacional.
But he has been an ever-present since marking his first Chelsea start with two memorable Champions League goals against Juventus two months ago, the paper said.
"It's very important to me to enjoy my football and to be with a club which has the same philosophy. I have already struck up a good understanding with Juan Mata and Eden Hazard and our relationship is improving with every match we play together," he added.