Sarri anxious as Chelsea are hit for six by City

Sarri anxious as Chelsea are hit for six by City

Sarri anxious as Chelsea are hit for six by City

Manchester City's on-fire striker Sergio Aguero struck his second hat-trick in a week as the champions ruthlessly destroyed woeful Chelsea in a 6-0 win at The Etihad on Sunday to return to the top of the Premier League.

In stark contrast to Guardiola's buoyancy, Sarri cut a melancholy figure and said: "You'll have to ask the club", when posed with his unclear Chelsea future.

"I think it might be one of the best performances of this team so it was a great game and an even better result".

City have now scored 33 goals in their last five home games in all competitions and have a chance of lifting their first silverware of the season when they face Chelsea again at Wembley in the League Cup final on February 24.

And this was their worst loss in any competition since 1991 after failing to recover from Sterling's fourth-minute opener.

Eden Hazard went to sleep from Kevin de Bruyne's quickly taken free-kick and Bernardo Silva had acres of space to cross for the England global to fire home.

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"We started well then we conceded the goal after four minutes in a stupid way".

"We are conceding a lot of goals and we can not accept that. We're watching a really weak football team here".

"People don't understand how hard the first year can be".

And Sarri completing his first season in charge is now far from certain.

"To score six against Chelsea and the way we played, we had so much attention (to detail)".

"It needs time. The main reason I came to Manchester City is because my bosses, chairman, especially Txiki".

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"I don't know [about my future]", he added.

"The only way I know is that the more you win games, the more you have to work". He also became City's top-scorer in the league, with 160 in 229 appearances.

"My feeling is it is going to finish in the last games".

Making a beeline for the tunnel, the 60-year-old did not flinch at the Guardiola, who was a matter of feet away before giving up on the locking of hands. "Normally people fall down after what we have done last season but we are still there".

But he need not have anxious that would prove a costly miss as the Argentine made amends in stunning fashion by blasting into the top corner from 25 yards to double City's after just 13 minutes.

Insisting he was happy for Vardy to take the penalty, Puel said: "I gave him the opportunity". "But his reaction was a little bit better".

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