Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri: Manchester City are far above everyone else

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Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri: Manchester City are far above everyone else

Sarri and Pochettino have attracted plaudits, despite sharing the unwanted distinction of not having won any silverware in their managerial careers.

Right now, Chelsea are the only unbeaten team in all competitions in the whole of Europe.

"It's not a physical problem, because in the last part of the match we have done a lot. If it's more important to win, or more important to improve the players".

Pochettino signed a contract extension until 2023 last summer and Sarri has sympathy with his lack of silverware. "But I still think Arsenal, West Ham or Chelsea are our biggest rivals".

'Sometimes there are the conditions for winning. However, the quality of players will make for a very tough test, but one which they have to pass.

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Conte spoke of his admiration for Tottenham striker Harry Kane.

Meanwhile, Sarri has revealed that he would love to steal Danish star Christian Eriksen away from Spurs.

He said: 'No, no, no.

Asked which of the current Tottenham side he would like in his team, Sarri said: "I like Eriksen very much. I only answered a question".

Liverpool are the only side likely to challenge City, Sarri says, and Chelsea are battling it out for the remaining Champions League qualification spots.

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The Brazilian has never been able to shake off the tag applied by Gary Neville, the former Manchester United captain, in 2011 when he was described as playing like a defender "controlled by a 10-year-old on a PlayStation".

"But, on the other hand, in the Europa League you have to play on a Thursday and, with the rules of the Premier League, that's not easy".

"Of course, the Champions League is harder from the mental point of view".

And Son, who missed a chunk of the start of the campaign due to Asian Games commitments, hailed a superb evening and win over rivals. "But fortunately at the moment we have no big problems". It's not a tactical problem.

"I told them before we had a big problem in the approach to the match and today there was a difference in the level of the opponent".

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'We have to be careful. We have to be careful, we have to be focused on this problem.

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