Chelsea's style of football and Jose Mourinho's decision to leave Juan Mata out of the team has been criticised by Ruud Gullit.
Mata, Chelsea's Player of the Year in the last two seasons, was not even on the bench for Saturday's 2-0 win over Fulham, and Gullit believes Mourinho should try and make use of all the talented players at his disposal.
"He was one of the best players last year, therefore it's something personal," the former Chelsea player and manager told Sky Sports' Saturday Night Football.
"I live in Holland and we watch a lot of games in the Premier League and we've seen a lot of Chelsea games.
"The criticism that most people have in Holland is that with the team and all the names they have, they haven't played good football. They have played very defensively.
"We saw it in the first match. The first half against Hull was unbelievable and the second half was terrible. You win 2-0, but it's not what you expected from a team with these sorts of names.
"Then we saw them against Bayern Munich and it was defence almost all the game. It's not something we expect from Chelsea, not from this team.
"I think they can play much better football than they've shown. It's sometimes too tactical. With the players he has you don't need to be like that. You can be a little bit more adventurous.
"He took that out by not playing Mata. Oscar is a great player, I agree with that, but I'm afraid everything becomes too tactical."
Oscar scored in Saturday's win and although Mourinho appears to prefer the Brazilian over Mata, Gullit sees no reason why both players can't feature in the Chelsea attack.
"It was not a question of Oscar or Mata," he added.
"We love Mata as well and Mourinho is right to have so much confidence in Oscar.
"In the first half there was no spark at all from Chelsea and his goal helped them to get into the game."