A 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Manchester City on Sunday was Chelsea's heaviest defeat since 1991. The Citizens boss declared: "I know what he wants to do, I think this kind of person, these type of games always help to make our football better". "I am worried about my team, I am worried about the performance but my job is always at risk so I am not worried about the club - you have to ask the club".
Manchester City cut through them easily, Chelsea paralysed by shock, Raheem Sterling running past defenders like the game was being played at double speed.
The reigning champions took the lead after just four minutes when Raheem Sterling capitalised on some shocking defending to fire an early goal past Kepa Arrizabalaga.
The youngster has made the most of the brief time off City have before their next match, by travelling home to Ukraine to spend time with family. "At the moment, we are playing another [type of] football".
After the full-time whistle had gone, Guardiola made his way over to Sarri for a handshake but Sarri claimed he was unaware as he headed straight down the tunnel.
It also saw him become City's leading scorer in league football with 160 goals, extending his overall tally for the club to 222 in the process.
"My first year was hard too".
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He said: "The players were outstanding. To be honest, I don't really know what to expect". "He doesn't believe I am good because I win and bad because I lose".
"My feeling is it is going to finish in the last games".
"He looks totally out of the role he played last season".
Guardiola fell to the floor in exasperation when Aguero somehow side-footed wide with his easiest chance of the game moments later.
But he need not have anxious that would prove a costly miss as the Argentine made amends in stunning fashion by blasting into the top corner from 25 yards to double City's after just 13 minutes.
When asked what the future holds for Sarri, Blues legend Harris told Love Sport Radio: "That's for the powers that be [but if I were in charge] I would most probably have a chat with him and say "you've got until the end of the month to put things right and if not, you're obviously in a precarious position".