Manchester City succumbed to first defeat in the Premier League in long time against Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea in the weekend fixture.
Maurizio Sarri and Chelsea face Manchester City in the weekend block buster fixture at the Stamford bridge. The London blues may very well be the last hope to slowing City down in the last few weeks of the year, but have Chelsea really been better this season under Sarri?
Wolverhampton are definitely going one better when it comes to the Premier League top six clubs, and in the midweek, it was Chelsea’s turn to taste the tales as Maurizio Sarri’s London blues fell to a bitter defeat against wolves.
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Chelsea have emerged in pole position to seal deal for Borussia Dortmund star Christian Pulisic over Premier league rivals Liverpool and City.
Chelsea returned to winning ways in the Premier League against weekend opponents Fulham thanks to goals from Pedro in the early hours of the game (4*) and Loftus-cheek in the 82nd minute.
Maurizio Sarri will almost certainly be left bare should the la liga giants [ Barcelona & Real Madrid] successfully have their way with the London blues.
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Eden Hazard and his teammates were bested for a complete 90 minutes by Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham Hotspur and has finally brought the 27 year old crumbling to his knees as he conceeded Chelsea are way off when it comes to Manchester City in the current season, at least defensively he thinks ?
Manchester City remain top of the Premier League table after completely burning up Westham during the weekend fixture which ended 0-4.
However, Liverpool also finished on a high considering they played a better team in Watford and sit managed to put these past the hornets without conceeding a single goal and Gary Neville believes they are not far fetched from Manchester City in the race for the Premier League trophy.