Furious Chelsea Boss Maurizio Sarri Lays Into N'Golo Kante

Under fire Kante

Sarri fumes at Kante as Chelsea boss goes on the attack over defeat to Tottenham by David Gurney Published

The Argentine deployed his Tottenham side in a narrow 4-4-2 diamond formation, which saw Dele Alli stifle Blues playmaker Jorginho and allowed Son Heung-min to wreck havoc in behind David Luiz.

This was the point that television pundit Alan Shearer has stressed after the game at Wembley, with the ex-England worldwide saying that N'Golo Kante should have been stationed in front of the back four.

"Like I said, we just need to keep this form up and improve, not drop off or take our foot off the pedal just because we got a good win".

After another uninspiring and anonymous display from Alvaro Morata in Chelsea's 3-1 defeat to Tottenham on Saturday, reports are claiming that Maurizio Sarri is back in the search for the player's replacement.

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"We just want to make it right in the next game". "And I think this is not one of the best characteristics of Kante, but it was only a reaction to the difficulties".

Sarri didn't hold back on his assessment of Kante's outing versus Spurs.

There's calls for Kante to revert to his previous defensive role though Sarri has insinuated that the World Cup victor isn't technical enough.

"I think it's a hard spot for him to be in, because while he is on the verge of being a great player, he's not quite there yet, and I think to go for £60/70m, whatever it's gonna be, it's gonna put a bit of pressure on him to really do justice to these numbers".

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"Dortmund also know that it's gonna be very, very hard to keep him if he doesn't want to renew his contract. Kanté, in the last match, wanted to solve the match after the first 15 minutes but in the wrong way." .

Following their first defeat of the season at Wembley, Maurizio Sarri said: "I have a meeting of five or 10 minutes with the individuals, individual meetings with the players". I talk to them player by player. A problem to be immediately ready at 100 percent. "I spoke with the doctor and he has a back problem this morning, so I think he will not be able to play tomorrow", Football London quoted Sarri as saying in Wednesday's pre-match press conference. If you don't have determination, you have no motivation.

"The targets are very clear in my mind: in the short period, to win something", Sarri said.

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