Sarri did not go by Chelsea team bus after defeat against Bournemouth

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Chelsea’s mentor Maurizio Sarri decided to get home alone after the Premier League match with Bournemouth, rather than by bus with the whole team, that he had fiercely criticized right after Wednesday’s major defeat.

The Pensioners suffered a defeat with a score of 0-4, conceding all the goals in the second half.

According to The Telegraph, 50 minutes after the game, Sarri talked with the playes in the locker room to find out the reasons for a crushing defeat, and besides him, there were no other coaches, even his assistant Gianfranco Zola, in the room.

It is noted that the allenatore shouted at many players, including striker Eden Hazard, who did not follow Sarri’s directions during the game.

Chelsea are ranked fourth on 47 points in the EPL standings.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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