Paul Pogba provided an assist and scored a goal in Manchester United's 2-0 FA Cup victory against Chelsea, with a Red Devils legend subsequently suggesting that he is now the best player in the Premier League. It's not easy because on the pitch we have no time at the moment, but we are trying to talk to the players, to avoid some mistakes by video.
When asked if he was anxious about the fans' reaction during the game, Sarri responded: "No, I am anxious about the results".
But the 29-year-old has always maintained that he is not thinking of a new contract and is just focusing on his current form.
"We have to solve a big problem because we stayed in the other half for 75 minutes out of 90 and were not able to score".
"I think he would [fit in at Chelsea], I think he would".
Supporters voiced frustrations over Sarri's stubborn refusal to compromise on his possession-based style and 4-3-3 formation.
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Authorities don't believe there is a shooter at large, and have said that an investigation is ongoing. "I don't understand it". They added that Moore had a history of mental illness and was previously admitted to a mental health facility.
By then, our season is well and truly over, so making the change now would have been the way to go, but since we have not done that, the only change that makes sense is to restore Kante to his natural position and go from there. "I want to see football in another way". "We were not very good in the final metres, so we paid [for] that. I am not sure because I have to work, and I want to work with a long-term target".
"On another day the lads in front of goal put it away or we make better decisions so you can't really put it down to anything".
"I have to think we are able to improve and able to improve immediately". I am anxious about the results, not about the fans. "It's a game in hand as well and we look forward to that", the left-back said after Liverpool's 0-0 Champions League draw with Bayern Munich on Tuesday.
Manchester City seem highly likely to secure a top-two place in this Premier League campaign, unlike Chelsea, their opponents in this season's final on Sunday.
The toxic atmosphere inside Stamford Bridge on Monday night was arguably the nadir for Sarri in his time at Chelsea.
Asked if Kepa would be fit to face City at Wembley, under-pressure boss Maurizio Sarri said he "hoped so". "No player on earth likes to have the kind of run we've had".