Petit baffled by Sarri's use of Chelsea ace Kante

Silvia Morton
February 13, 2019

At just 22 years of age, Zinchenko always seems to play well when called upon, showing signs of a true professional as he waits patiently for his chance to come and takes it with great confidence when it arrives. "I am anxious about my team, anxious about the performance, but my job is always at risk".

"Lately we have scored lots of goals in the first five minutes, which is very good". "They played really fantastic football today".

Chelsea boss Sarri headed straight down the tunnel without shaking hands with Pep Guardiola, but the pair spoke privately after the game.

However, while the title may be gone, there is still plenty to play for in the remaining months of the season, so do Chelsea stick by keeping faith with the "Sarri-ball" project or twist hoping for the bounce of a new face in charge?

The Reds are now sat in second place but are only behind Manchester City on goal difference with a game in hand.

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"They beat us at Stamford Bridge and against Napoli [Sarri's old club] last season they were tight games - in moments of those games, they were better than us".

Christian Eriksen netted moments later and although Vardy got one back, Son Heung-min's late strike ensured third-placed Spurs clinched a fifth win in their past six league games.

Chelsea legend Pat Nevin has insisted the Europa League clash against Malmo is the flawless opportunity for the Blues to conjure a reaction after a heavy defeat at Manchester City.

While Spurs are still outsiders to win their first title since 1960-1961, their ability to stay in contention, despite injuries to key players Harry Kane and Dele Alli, suggests they should not be written off.

As Sarri demands more aggression, persisting with Jorginho at the base of the midfield means his most tenacious player, N'Golo Kante, is out of position.

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