Chelsea Manager Sarri Apologizes over the Team’s Decisive Defeat

Maurizio Sarri, Chelsea team’s manager and also its captain Cesar Azpilicueta have both expressed their regret after the team faced a record defeat in the hands of Manchester United. In a Premier League game between Manchester City and Chelsea, the latter was badly humiliated for the first time in their history.
In the opening 25 minutes, Pep Guardiola’s side attacked four times and carried on mauling Chelsea throughout the game. Within 25 minutes into the game, City started to head the game by 4-0 and the match eventually ended with a 6-0.
The opening goal was made by Raheem Sterling, four minutes into the game. Also, Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero made a hat-trick in a Premier League game. He was able to scored three goals, even after missing out a total- sitter from a yard out. Aguero was able to complete his hat-trick during the 56th minute penalty before a late-second from Raheem Sterling. Aguero was replaced by Gabrel Jesus on 64 minutes.
Chelsea lost their third straight away game as they couldn’t reply back with any goals. Last month, Chelsea was defeated by 4-0 at Bournemouth. The 69 year old Italian, after losing the match stated that they should say sorry as over the last three matches they have played very badly. It became Chelsea’s worst defeat since losing 7-0 in 1991 April.
Sarri stated that they admit that they have lost by a huge number of goals and it’s not at all acceptable. However, one thing that can be done at this moment is to apologize to the fans of the team who are greatly disappointed.
Sarri mentioned that since losing 2-0 to City in the Community Shield, Chelsea remained unbowed in 18 matches. They have since lost seven out of 21 in all competitions. He even stated that he is surprised by the fact that since the beginning of the season they have played well outside their home; however for the current timing, they are in trouble.
On the other hand, it helped Manchester United to top the league and level its points with Liverpool; however with a better goal difference.

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