Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri: 'Really worried' following loss to Wolves

Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri: 'Really worried' following loss to Wolves

Arsenal stretched their unbeaten run to 20 games, but failed to take advantage of two gifts from the hosts as United's winless run in the Premier League extended to four matches.

"I think everybody enjoyed it, everybody from Wolves of course", said Nuno.

Jack Cork gave Burnley the lead early in the second half, scuffing the ball into the net in the 54th minute as Liverpool keeper Alisson failed to get it under control from a corner. "In the last championship in Italy I lost Serie A with 91 points, so I know very well you have to gain points in every match".

"After this match we are less confident but maybe it's better because sometimes my players show me they have too much confidence", Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri said.

Sarri also conceded City are out of sight with his side battling for a Champions League spot.

Virgil van Dijk insists the Premier League is not a two-horse race between leaders Manchester City and nearest rivals Liverpool.

"I don't know about that, but we could have scored four or five goals and we missed them", he said.

Ryan Bennett and Willy Boly produced similarly heroic last-ditch challenges to deny Willian and Alvaro Morata either side of the break, and those interventions took on added importance as Wolves struck twice in quick succession around the hour through Jimenez and Jota.

When Sarri opted to make a second-half change in search of an equaliser following Wolves' impressive turnaround, it was not Loftus-Cheek but N'Golo Kante who made way for Mateo Kovacic.

Wolves registered their first win in seven games despite going behind to Ruben Loftus-Cheek's 18th minute opener for Chelsea. The club has gone winless across its past six games, last garnering a winning result against Crystal Palace on October 6.

"When we got level I felt, and Molineux felt, we were back in the game".

"Today was more the same, but with great spirit and people ready to have a go and fight hard, it was a credit to the team".

Martin Keown praised Liverpool FC for showing "fighting" qualities after the Reds came from a goal down to seal a 3-1 win at Burnley on Wednesday night in the Premier League.

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