Maurizio Sarri doubts he will keep job at Chelsea without trophies

Maurizio Sarri doubts he will keep job at Chelsea without trophies

Chelsea take on their bitter rivals at Wembley on Saturday four points adrift of Premier League leaders Manchester City, but lost ground when they were held to a goalless draw at home by Everton prior to the November worldwide break.

"In the last three matches, we had problems with the approach to the match". At the beginning of the match we lost a lot of balls in our half and it was a very big problem.

"I like him very much, but I don't want to talk about a player of Tottenham for the market, of course".

But Lukebakio finished off his hat trick with goals in the 77th minute and third minute of stoppage time to send Bayern's winless league run to three matches. "We have some difficulties entering into the match".

Substitute Olivier Giroud got one back in the 85th minute, but it was no consolation for Maurizio Sarri's men, who drop down to fourth place.

Sarri is full of praise for the job Mauricio Pochettino has done at Tottenham, but he reiterated that he does not see either club as genuine title contenders.

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Former Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri made a successful return to the Premier League by guiding his new team, Fulham, to a 3-2 win over Southampton in his first game in charge. Then, on the 8 December, Chelsea play Manchester City and can go all out in terms of team selection as the final Europa League game follows that game five days later.

Trent Alexander-Arnold doubled Liverpool's lead with a free kick from 30 yards to put Liverpool two to the good.

Those factors have perhaps played a part in Spurs struggling in the Champions League, however, domestically they have been in good form, stringing together a series of away wins to climb into the top four positions. "Usually in a season there is a surprise".

Elsewhere, Manchester United failed to close the gap on the top four as they were held by Crystal Palace - the sixth time they have failed to win in the league at Old Trafford this season as they were booed off the pitch by the frustrated home supporters.

"Of course, Harry Kane is the best English striker at the moment so he is a very important player, but I have to say another name", Sarri told reporters.

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