Maurizio Sarri shrugs off first serious setback at Chelsea

Headline Maurizio Sarri shrugs off first serious setback at Chelsea

Frustration on historic day for Maurizio Sarri

In 1994, when Frank Clark set one of the great watermark records of Premier League history by going unbeaten in his first 11 games as a manager, Maurizio Sarri — then in his mid-30s — was working as a currency trader and coaching an Italian sixth-tier team called Cavriglia on the weekends. Clark’s r

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Eden Hazard, Kepa Arrizabalaga shine but Chelsea held vs. Everton Fit-again Hazard 7/10 in Chelsea draw

Chelsea were held to a draw by Everton but Eden Hazard's performance was the bright spot, the Belgian looking close to full strength again.

Maurizio Sarri admits it will be 'very difficult' for Chelsea to stay close to Manchester City and Liverpool after lacklustre draw with Everton

Maurizio Sarri admitted that it will be “very difficult to stay close” to Manchester City and Liverpool after Chelsea succumbed to a drab goalless draw at Stamford Bridge against Everton. Despite having 69 percent of possession, Sarri's side only mustered four opportunities on goal, following on from similarly lacklustre performances against Crystal Palace and BATE Borisov. 

CHELSEA boss Maurizio Sarri picked out two 'problems' after his side were held at home by Everton on Sunday.

CHELSEA 0-0 EVERTON: Maurizio Sarri's frustration was there for all to see even though the Blues set a new Premier League record

Maurizio Sarri's unbeaten record stays intact but it was a frustrating afternoon for his side 

Chelsea analysis: Home struggles take the shine off Sarri's record

Maurizio Sarri extended his unbeaten start to Premier League management to a record 12 games as Chelsea were frustrated in a bad-tempered encounter with Everton.

Maurizio Sarri sets new record for unbeaten Premier League start but Chelsea are frustrated by Everton

Maurizio Sarri set a Premier League record as Chelsea extended their unbeaten start to the season to 12 games, but the Italian fears his side will have to reach another milestone to beat Manchester City and Liverpool to the title.