Sarri hits back at Chelsea fans after chanting for him to be sacked

‘Probably it was best to wait until the end of the match’: Maurizio Sarri hits back at Chelsea fans after they spent whole match chanting for their manager to be sacked

  • Sections of Chelsea fans showed their anger towards manager Maurizio Sarri 
  • As Chelsea fell behind at Cardiff some fans started chanted ‘f**k Sarri ball’ 
  • Some supporters also suggested that the Italian does not know what he is doing
  • Sarri hit back following the final whistle, after Chelsea had won the game 2-1 

Maurizio Sarri has hit back at the Chelsea fans who voiced their dissatisfaction towards him during their late victory over Cardiff.

Segments of the travelling away supporters began to chant against their Italian manager, demanding a change of personnel at the helm.

Matters were made worse as strugglers Cardiff took the lead in the tie courtesy of Victor Camarasa, but it was ultimately the Blues and Sarri who would have the final say.

Maurizio Sarri has hit back at Chelsea fans who questioned him during the victory at Cardiff

Maurizio Sarri has hit back at Chelsea fans who questioned him during the victory at Cardiff

Following the match, Sarri noted that he had heard what some Chelsea fans had been saying. 

‘I have been used to it in the last 45 years so I know very well the reaction,’ said the Italian.

‘Probably it was best to wait until the end of the match but for me it’s not a big problem,’ he added.

Wonderkid Callum Hudson-Odoi was left on the bench by Sarri, alongside Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante, in a bizarre line-up.

The Italian brought on Ruben Loftus-Cheek late on, and he scored the match-winning goal

The Italian brought on Ruben Loftus-Cheek late on, and he scored the match-winning goal

It is believed the strange starting line-up irked many fans, who began to chant ‘f**k Sarri-ball’ just 30 minutes into the contest.

Blues fans also turned on the Italian with chants of ‘you don’t know what you are doing’ before calling for his head, while their side was trailing in the game.

Late goals from Cesar Azpilicueta and Ruben Loftus-Cheek were enough to see Chelsea leave south Wales with all three points. 

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