However what has frustrated Blues fans is the lack of the teenager in the Premier League and even in the recent FA Cup loss against Manchester United the former Napoli manager made a decision to bring on a defender ahead of the winger, even though they were 2-0 down.
After the half-time whistle was greeted with boos, Olivier Giroud's 55th-minute tap-in eased the nerves, before Ross Barkley's free-kick and a low strike from Callum Hudson-Odoi wrapped things up.
With speculation intensifying over Sarri's position at the club, and suggestions that the club has already compiled a three-man shortlist to replace him, the former Napoli boss insisted he sees himself as the Blues' manager in the foreseeable future. "In terms of the game, not any impact for the players".
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Guardiola said: "I think for that game we will be in the stadium, preparing, changing socks, pants, T-shirts, warming up, underwear".
"We were in trouble to exit from our half, on pressing. I think that, at the moment, they are ready to play with consistency".
'It's not really very easy for an English team to play that kind of football, so it's normal'.
However, Sarri defended the Italy midfielder, saying his side's start highlighted how much they needed the 27-year-old.
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Parallels have been drawn between Chelsea's woes and Guardiola's uneven first campaign in Manchester, but the Catalan feels he benefits from boardroom support denied to Sarri and his predecessors, such as Antonio Conte.
"This club offers me everything I need to improve my game", he said.
'Of course, in every season, I was the coach who arrived from below. But I'm so, so happy about my players and what they delivered today.
Without confidence. So I don't want to press them [on Friday].
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"I said the same after we lost there (to Chelsea in December) and won here, my opinion of him is the same".