Chelsea former player, Pat Nevin, has revealed how manager, Maurizio Sarri, would tackle Manchester City in their Premier League clash on Saturday.
According to Nevin, Sarri would rather lose the game than park the bus to earn a draw.
Sarri has been a revelation since arriving at Stamford Bridge in the summer turning the club into an attractive team.
Chelsea have lost two games on the bounce – to Tottenham and Wolves – and questions are starting to be asked.
But Nevin thinks Sarri will stick to his style even if it means dropping points.
Sarri’s Chelsea face Man City on Saturday, and Nevin expects them to play in their usual style.
“One thing is for sure, Maurizio Sarri will not be parking any buses in either game,” Nevin said before the defeat to Wolves on the Chelsea website.
“Chelsea will try to play on the front foot whoever it is against.
“I suspect he would rather lose having a go at three points than grind out a boring, stale 0-0 draw and nicking an undeserved single point.
“It is not the professional, business-like attitude many have in modern football but I am all for that philosophy.”