Sarri Issues Important Statement on Morata Future Following Man City Snub

Elena Summers
December 11, 2018

Luiz scored his side's second against Manchester City and spoke about the nature of attacking and defending players. Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has also stated he wants the player to stay on.

David Luiz of Chelsea celebrates after scoring his team's second goal with Ross Barkley during the Premier League match between Chelsea FC and Manchester City at Stamford Bridge on December 8, 2018 in London, United Kingdom.

Despite a preponderance of statistical merits, Manchester City conceded just before half-time through N'Golo Kante and Luiz headed in the insurance goal in the 78th minute.

"The way we played in the first half was incredible", Guardiola said.

"We need to play with this level of determination, with the right aggression in the other matches", he added.

"It was good to play against a fantastic team, keep the clean sheet and have a great game". Chelsea and the Metropolitan Police are investigating the matter.

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Huddersfield's defeat left them on 10 points in 18th place as Burnley leapt out of the bottom three with James Tarkowski's first-half goal earning them a 1-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion at Turf Moor. He's a victor, and teams chasing silverware are always better off having this kind of character within their ranks.

"I think it can give us a lot of confidence". "He wanted us to go into the City game looking for the win".

Let us take a look at the few things we learned from this intense clash.

"The best way to get over this is by winning the next game".

Morata's last two starts have been in the defeat against Spurs and Wolves and Sarri's decision to leave out the Spaniard in their latest match has again triggered questions regarding the 26-year-old's future at west London yet the ex-Napoli boss has stated that it was a tactical decision, before reassuring Morata that he remains very much an integral part of the west London side.

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