Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says he is “getting used” to the chants calling that he’d be sacked from Chelsea, as his side beat Cardiff 2-1 in the Premier League weekend fixture.
The West London blues went behind just after the restart, thanks to a sweet strike from Victor Camarasa. However, Chelsea doubled back and found their way to a 2-1 lead before the final whistle, as the Cardiff fans were left in dismay of Chelsea’s controversial win, and the visitors echoed for Maurizio Sarri’s departure from the club.
Replying to the chants, Sarri told Skysports: “They were probably unhappy for the result. I can understand, I can understand very well. I am getting used to this.”
“After the Everton match, we were a little bit nervous. We didn’t play well in the first half and we conceded a stupid goal.
“In the end we deserved to win. I don’t know if the goal was offside, I have to see the situation and the action, I don’t know. Maybe. Sometimes we can be lucky.”
Sarri also hinted at the need for improvement, as he spoke to the media in the post match news conference.
He said: “If we win matches the fans will be happy. Of course we need to improve and play better, but sometimes during the season you need to win matches like this.”