Chelsea FC
Completely Dismantled In Manchester
By Gary Watton
February 10 2019

A big congratulations to the champions Manchester Mercenaries who were everything that Chelsea aren't: creative, exciting, and lethal. A hat trick from Aguero, a double from Sterling, and a strike from Gundogan condemned the visitors to their biggest spanking since April 1991 when Nottingham Forest put us to the sword. The away team are now in a more realistic sixth position in the league. Their cause is being perpetually undermined by an unyielding and evidently clueless manager. Sarri appears to be on a par with AVB and Scolari in terms of incompetence. He insists on playing the ineffective Jorginho. The manager must either drastically amend his formation and tactics or else reshuffle his team. A failure to ring the changes smacks of Einstein's theory of insanity. Either this Italian misfit swallows his foolish pride, or else he needs to be moved on whereby he can experiment with his nonsense system and team selection elsewhere. Meanwhile, let's hope that Manchester Wannabes stop Liverfools from winning the league.

Manchester City 6 CHELSEA 0; half time: 4-0

CHELSEA: Arrizabalaga; Alonso; Luiz; Azpilicueta; Rudiger; Jorginho; Higuain; Kante; Pedro; Barkley; Hazard. Used substitutes: Kovacic; Loftus-Cheek; Emerson




Hazard fifteen

Morata nine

Pedro seven

Willian seven

Loftus-Cheek six

Giroud five

Kante four

Barkley three

Higuain two

Luiz two