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Sarri anticipates 'normal' talks over Chelsea future

11 February 2019

A Champions League round of 16 first-leg tie at Schalke follows on 20 February, before City meet Chelsea once more in the Carabao Cup final on 24 February.

With Raheem Sterling scoring twice and Ilkay Gundogan also netting, Chelsea had nothing to enjoy in this latest embarrassment on the road.

Well, it seems the Chelsea players didn't think "deeply" enough after that Bournemouth loss.

And looking ahead, with Chelsea facing a tough month both domestically and in Europe, Sinclair says he has seen nothing to suggest Sarri will shake things up. "The experience of many years and many games in the Premier League helps you a lot in moments like this", Silva said.

"I am anxious about my team and I am anxious about the performance".

"I don't see any indication from the manager that he is looking to do anything else".

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While Chelsea are aiming to finish in the top four and achieve Champions League football next season. It is not easy.

Asked if it was one of City's best performances of his reign, Guardiola said: "Yes, we played good. Now we are playing better at home than away".

Liverpool's trophy room is much bigger than ours, so for us to still be there means a lot'.

Chelsea was un-picked after only four minutes at the Etihad Stadium.

Aguero should have doubled the lead nearly immediately but remarkably missed from close range.

"So at some point you've got to change what you're doing". They will react. Today, the last 20 minutes of the first half we defended deeper than ever before. David Luiz headed clear but Ross Barkley inexplicably headed back into the danger area.

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Aguero was on target again within six minutes.

After Antonio Rudiger's poor clearance, Gundogan slotted in the fourth in the 25th before Aguero netted the penalty that completed his 15th City hat trick in all competitions in the 56th. In the Sky Sports studio, Jamie Carragher described it as "criminal" negligence from Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso.

Sergio Aguero scored a hat-trick on a day which saw City look a class above.

Sterling wrapped up a brilliant afternoon's work after substitute David Silva opened up the Chelsea defense yet again and Zinchenko picked out the winger to tap in from close range. Jurgen Klopp's side must respond in their next league game, which happens to be against United at Old Trafford in two weeks. The striker had been dropped from the starting lineup and only came on to take the spot kick after Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen knocked over James Maddison.

Aguero missed a gilt-edged chance to double City's lead soon after but, unbeknownst to him, would receive many more chances.

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Sarri anticipates 'normal' talks over Chelsea future