Chelsea came within minutes of beating Liverpool at Stamford Bridge, before a late Daniel Sturridge equaliser made it a point each. It was a good performance, but there were still major areas for Maurizo Sarri to look at. Here are our three negatives from the game:
Chelsea drew 1-1 with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, a result that felt worse than it was because of the way we conceded a late equaliser. Here are the biggest positives to take from that fixture:
David Luiz has had his critics in recent weeks, and the very obvious way he was caught out by Newcastle last week meant he had to deal with a week or debates about whether he should be starting for Chelsea at the moment.
Two years ago, Tammy Abraham joined Bristol City on loan. He had only just graduated from youth football then, and his potential wasn't really known outside of groups of Chelsea fans who paid attention to those age group games.
Chelsea have played two games in the Premier League so far, one against a good team and one against a bad one.
Chelsea's signing of Jorginho caught everyone off guard, given it looked certain he was heading to Manchester City.
Maurizio Sarri has just given his pre-Community Shield press conference, and he had interesting words about the future of several of his players.
There's been plenty of speculation over the future of Willian at Chelsea in recent weeks, but in his pre-Community Shield press conference, the fears of many fans were assuaged.
We can't be certain - nobody knows for sure, in fact - but it would be truly shocking if we don't bring it at least one player before the window shuts.
Pedro has signed an extension to his Chelsea contract that will keep him at the club until 2020.
Pedro today signed a one year contract extension with Chelsea, that means he is tied down at the club till 2020.
After the horrific months of inaction leading up to the appointment of Maurizio Sarri, the last few weeks have been a relative paradise for Chelsea fans.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has been speaking about the future of his player Aaron Ramsey.
Thoughts of going on loan are long gone. Forget a squad place - Hudson-Odoi is in the fight for the first team now.
Cesc Fabregas has cast doubt on his fitness with an Instagram story post.
Maurizio Sarri is three games into his reign at Chelsea now, but it's still hard to draw too many conclusions about his first XI.
Cesar Azpilicueta is a hero to many Chelsea fans, and he's the perfect model for any young player in the game - so let's hope that our latest prodigy has been listening to what the Spaniard has had to say.
There were times this summer when it seemed inevitable that Eden Hazard would join Real Madrid.
In Spain, Chelsea are in the football press quite a lot at the moment.
It has been assumed for most of the summer that Tammy Abraham will go on loan this season.