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Chelsea boss Sarri: Why is Giroud complaining...?

23 April 2019

Chelsea took on City in the final of the league cup eventually losing to Guardiola's men on penalties and Sarri feels reaching this final was really tough. They didn't win a single game inside 90 minutes until they thrashed Bournemouth 4-0 in their 12th game of the season (all competitions), and following an away win at Cardiff in their very next Premier League game Sean Dyche's men would win just one of their next dozen matches.

The France global has started just seven Premier League games this season and he has admitted to being unhappy with his current role on several occasions.

The 55-year-old, who only lasted eleven months in charge at Old Trafford, favoured Arsenal to join Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham in the Champions League places this season.

The Clarets' main threat was always going to be from set pieces this evening, and they duly took advantage of their deadball expertise, capitalising on some wayward defending from Chelsea to become only the third team to score two or more goals against the club at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League this season.

"Starting games? With 19 or 20 I don't remember".

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The brilliant Belgian has been in superb form this season scoring 16 league goals in total.

"The Premier League is really very hard, for getting in the final of the League Cup we had to play against Liverpool, against Tottenham [Hotspur] [and] the final against Manchester City", he said. "For me, Callum is the future of Chelsea".

Emerson Palmieri has given his backing to two Chelsea team-mates, stating that they can become among the best players in the world, as Maurizio Sarri shuffles his pack late into the Premier League season.

Chelsea boss Sarri: Why is Giroud complaining...?