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Maurizio Sarri reacts to Chelsea FC’s 2-0 loss to Man City

06 August 2018

Jorginho's pass completion rate remained above 90 per cent, though - testament to his composure under pressure - and he will no doubt enjoy more dominant displays against the many Premier League teams unable to match the intense press of Pep's men.

Will Sarri's smooth start continue? .

Conte is now suing Chelsea over the manner of his sacking, as he claims the club's indecision blocked him from taking up managerial roles elsewhere, yet the Italian tactician who led the Blues to FA Cup glory in his final match in charge must have been relieved to escape the shambles he leaves behind.

"The fear to lose the games makes me starving and hungry again". Two of the 2017 under-17 world champions are finally getting game time with their clubs and seized their opportunities at the national stadium. We have to work pre-season has been a bit insane so we have to work. "He's one of the absolute best".

The former Napoli man is key to Maurizio Sarri's style of play and triggers action in the final third with his impeccable passing accuracy - making him the ideal link man from defence to attack. "The football played by Napoli has been out of this world".

The Blues go to Huddersfield on Saturday (3pm) for their first top-flight game of the campaign. Riyad Mahrez is their first and probably last transfer in and no big names are likely to leave.

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Chelsea and Manchester City have between them won five of the last seven Premier League titles.

Amassing more points, wins and goals than any other Premier League team set sky-high standards at Eastlands.

Guardiola's team wrapped up their pre-season preparations by sweeping aside Chelsea in the prestigious friendly at Wembley yesterday.

Alvaro Morata had a new number on his back for the Community Shield but he produced a performance we have seen a dozen times before.

With key players still absent from the squad, including midfielders Kevin de Bruyne and David Silva, the young midfielder took his opportunity with a confident and composed display in warm conditions.

In truth Foden and his team mates were helped in their task by Chelsea's defence, which looked all at sea against City's interchanging attackers. Foden created the first goal for Aguero and Bernardo created the second one, making the most of the space Chelsea left in front of their back four.

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The real problem is Chelsea will only let Courtois leave once they tie down a replacement.

City are favourites to defend the title and among the top Champions League contenders.

The chances of a keenly contested tie on Sunday look slim. We have to work.

Whether Sergio Aguero starts or not is debatable but he'll be well worth backing to score if he does.

But he will arguably never score a more important goal than his 94th minute victor against Queens Parks Rangers in May 2012 that secured City's first league title for 44 years.

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Maurizio Sarri reacts to Chelsea FC’s 2-0 loss to Man City