Maurizio Sarri questions Chelsea players’ attitude after Wolves defeat

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"Of course, after this match, we lost confidence, but maybe it's better because sometimes my players show me that they have too much confidence".

Angry Maurizio Sarri rounded on his over-confident Chelsea stars after their title hopes suffered another major blow with a 2-1 defeat at Wolves.

The result sees Chelsea drop to fourth in the Premier League after 15 matches, and they trail leaders Manchester City by 10 points ahead of Saturday's meeting between the two clubs at Stamford Bridge.

Wolves produced a stunning second-half turnaround as two quickfire goals earned a shock 2-1 victory over Chelsea to end a six-match winless run in the Premier League.


"We train every day as a team and we should expect to play well whoever plays", he said.

"I saw a team without a reaction". And his team are placed just behind the high flying Manchester City and Liverpool.

"I am really very anxious, not for the result but the fact that after the first goal we conceded we did not react very well".

The Mirror reports that the player's immediate future is still unclear as we approach the January transfer window.


The score might've only been 1-0 - thanks to a deflected effort from Ruben Loftus-Cheek - but Chelsea were looking pretty comfortable at the break.

The game was then turned on its head with a rapid Wolves double, starting with Jimenez's equaliser on 59 minutes. - Chelsea's Ruben Loftus-Cheek has scored three goals in his last three Premier League games, as many as in his previous 48 combined in the competition. Willian and Alvaro Morata line up in attack alongside Eden Hazard, with Pedro and Olivier Giroud dropping to the bench.

"We played very well in the first half".

The young midfielder could develop his game with a ball-playing team like Wolves and he would bolster Nuno's squad in the short-term.


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