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Why Chelsea lost 2-1 to Wolves – Sarri

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Chelsea boss, Maurizio Sarri, has blamed striker, Alvaro Morata, for his side’s 2-1 loss to Wolves on Wednesday, uniquesports.com.ng reports.

The Italian said the striker missed a lot of chances to put the Blues ahead in the game.

Sarri said this in his post match press conference from Molineux after Chelsea lost 2-1 to a spirited Wolves comeback.

The Blues took the lead through Ruben Loftus-Cheek on his first Premier League start of the season, but conceded twice in four minutes and could not pull back a goal despite a late onslaught.

Raul Jimenez and Diego Jota’s strikes means that the Blues have lost twice in three Premier League games and are now ten points behind leaders Manchester City.

Chelsea face City on Saturday evening at Stamford Bridge.

Speaking on why Chelsea lost the game, Sarri told post match congress, “I don’t know about that. We could have scored four or five goals. We missed them,” talking about Morata.

“I don’t know, but I think it is more important to talk about our attitude, the first goal.

“We were not the same team. It was not for me. I have to understand why. Only for a goal. We had to play 35 minutes after that.

“If you had asked me the same question after 55 minutes I would say I was happy. We lost everything. It can happen, but I don’t think it. It was without reaction.

“I think that we played very well for 55 minutes. After the goal, it was an accident because we were in full control of the match.

“We were suddenly a different team, I don’t know why. I am really very worried, not for the result but for the fact we didn’t respond to the first goal.”

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Chelsea told to appoint former EPL manager as Sarri’s replacement

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Former Arsenal goalkeeper, David Seaman, has told Chelsea to appoint former Gunners boss, Arsene Wenger as Maurizio Sarri’s replacement at Stamford Bridge.

Seaman believes Wenger would be a great choice to replace Sarri at the West London club.

He stated this ahead of Chelsea’s UEFA Europa League round of 32 second-leg tie with Malmo on Thursday night.

Sarri, who joined Chelsea last summer, has been under intense pressure at Stamford Bridge due to the club’s recent poor performances.

“Arsene Wenger would be great at Chelsea, I think. He’d be great anywhere, he’s a fantastic manager,” Seaman said on talkSPORT.

“Arsene always said he wouldn’t come back to the Premier League because of his love for Arsenal that he wouldn’t feel right competing against Arsenal.

“But obviously time’s a healer and he could think. I want to go back there and prove a few people wrong.”

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Chelsea may sack Sarri if Blues lose Carabao Cup final against Manchester City

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Maurizio Sarri is on the brink of getting sacked as Chelsea manager and could get the boot if they lose the Carabao Cup to Manchester City on Sunday.

There is growing concern among the club’s hierarchy, after a string of bad results and also Sarri’s relationship with the fans.

The Italian now appears to be a dead man walking at Stamford Bridge and is running out of time as they face Malmo in the Europa League on Thursday night, Manchester City at Wembley on Sunday and then Tottenham next Wednesday.

Chelsea fans chanted for Frank Lampard on Monday night but the Derby boss is in his first season and may be unsure about the task ahead.

Juventus boss Max Allegri could be a big-name alternative, but Zinedine Zidane’s chances are not helped by his poor English.

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Chelsea officials in talks over Sarri’s future at Stamford Bridge

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Maurizio Sarri is on the brink at Chelsea following a 2-0 defeat to Manchester United in the FA Cup last night.

And senior officials at the club have met to discuss the future of the Italian at Stamford Bridge.

Sky Sports claim Chelsea are very concerned about recent results and performances under Sarri.

The fans booing the team off last night has forced officials at the club to consider the future of the former Napoli boss although no decision has been made.

Chelsea have dropped down to sixth in the Premier League following a series of poor displays and are now out of the FA Cup as well.
The Blues lost 6-0 to Manchester City in the top flight increasing the pressure on Sarri.

And the 2-0 win for Manchester United last night thanks to Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba has pushed him closer to the sack.

Sarri admitted his concern at recent performances following the loss to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.

“I am worried about the result not our fans,” he said.

“Of course I can understand their frustration. The result was not very good. We are out of the FA Cup.
“We played confusing football in the second half but in the first half I think we played well.

“We need more aggression and more determination in the situations inside our own box and inside the opposition box. The difference was there.”

Before the match Gianfranco Zola urged Chelsea to give Sarri time in charge though.

“How do you know that we are not making changes?” Zola said.
“We are adjusting a few things but without changing where we want to go. The direction is always the same.

“Two years ago you were probably asking the same questions to Pep Guardiola. I do remember you asking him, ‘is that the case that you keep playing from the back?’

“And I remember the answers of Pep, saying, ‘this is not in discussion, this is part of my game, I know I am going through this difficult moment, and I don’t change it’.”

Chelsea return to action against Malmo on Thursday in the Europa League.

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