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11 February 2019, 11:00 | Henrietta Morgan
Maurizio Sarri looked dumbstruck by his side’s terrible performance
Manchester City cut through them easily, Chelsea paralysed by shock, Raheem Sterling running past defenders like the game was being played at double speed. "But let's not forget they were up against a great Manchester City team - and I also had some good times there as a player".
"At that moment we had to only stay in the match and we were not able to stay in the match because we made a lot of mistakes against the wrong opponents".
Chelsea boss Sarri headed straight down the tunnel without shaking hands with Pep Guardiola, but the pair spoke privately after the game.
"My first year was hard too".
While there is no doubting our chief football writer that this display was one of the most impressive, the line got us thinking about just what was the best outing from the top flight.
"It needs time. The main reason I came to Manchester City is because my bosses, chairman, especially Txiki".
The Blues suffered their biggest ever defeat in the history of the Premier League after they were steamrolled by a rampant Manchester City at the Etihad on Sunday. I think it might be one of the best performances of this team.
City have now notched up scoring more than 1 goal in 15 consecutive Premier League games - matching a record achieved by Tottenham Hotspur back in 1965.
Sarri replaced Antonio Conte last summer but the situation have become worse and the Blues are on the edge of not qualifying for any continental competition next season.
Guardiola fell to the floor in exasperation when Aguero somehow side-footed wide with his easiest chance of the game moments later.
Then, and potentially far more damagingly, in an interview with Sky Italia in his native tongue, the tactician boldly proclaimed: "If the president [Abramovich] calls, I'll be happy, seeing as I never hear from him".
AGUERO would go on and redeem himself with a goal of the season candidate.
The meeting of the last two champions was a complete mismatch as Sergio Aguero scored a hat trick for the second successive weekend.
Sterling wrapped up a brilliant afternoon's work after substitute David Silva opened up the Chelsea defence yet again and Zinchenko picked out the England worldwide.
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