Maurizio Sarri reckons Chelsea could have been luckier tonight’s first half against Manchester United, claiming they were punished over their real faults:
“Tonight we were unlucky because we played a very good first half and at the end of the half the score was 2-0,” the Italian manager told BBC after the final whistle.
“We gave them a few opportunities. We played confusing football in the second half.
“After the first half it wasn’t easy to play with that score. We played very good first half.
“We have to work, we have to speak, we have to find more aggression and determination in both boxes.”