Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has compared his team to Manchester City after the shocking 2-1 defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on Wednesday night.
With the defeat against Sean Dyche's men, The Blues have dropped to the fourth position after 15 games and 10 points behind the league leaders.
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Chelsea will take on Manchester City in their next game, despite their lacklustre performance against Wolves the Italian manager believes that they will be mentally fit to take on Pep Guardiola’s men on Saturday.
After the defeat to Wolves Sarri said: “Manchester City are in another category. They are not in our category,”
“We have to play and fight to stay in the top four. In the last championship in Italy, I lost the title with 91 points [at Napoli], so I know how important it is to win. It’s a difficult result to stay in the top four.
“City are the best team in Europe, maybe the world. Maybe they can win the Champions League, but it depends on moments. Last season they were the best team in the Champions League but in two matches [against Liverpool] they didn’t play, maybe not in the best moment for them.”
Chelsea will take on Manchester City on Saturday at 6:30 pm local time.