• Manager accuses side of switching off in second half
• ‘At the moment this is our limit, I think,’ says Italian
Maurizio Sarri accused his side of switching off mentally as Chelsea provided Everton’s first top-six scalp in more than two years, the Italian admitting that he is worried about reaching the top four if he cannot rectify the problem.
“At the moment this is our limit, I think,” the Chelsea manager said after a 2-0 defeat at Goodison. “In my opinion the first 45 minutes were the best we have played all season, then in the second half we stopped playing. We forgot how to defend, forgot how to counterattack and that is a problem for us, because even if you don’t score you have to stay in the match.”
Source: Football News
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