By Allan Wasike
This weekend was a crazy one, both Manchester United and Chelsea succumbed to shock defeats.
Ole is at the wheel seems not to be enough motivation for Manchester United.
Ever since the win at PSG, Manchester United have failed to go back to their winning ways losing two very crucial fixtures.
Manchester United first lost to their arch rivals Arsenal, a match that really defined their chances to finish top 4. A win for Manchester United could have taken them to the fourth position tying in points with Spurs who have a goal difference advantage.
The Red Devils then lost an FA Cup quarter finals to Wolves. Manchester United went trophy less last season and reaching the quarters brought a ray of hope for their fans.
It was shocking that they lost to Wolves after knocking out Chelsea and Arsenal but Wolves outclassed Manchester United tactically and in every aspect.
Is Ole the right man for the job?
SarriBall is facing turbulent times this season. After forcing a draw with Wolves Chelsea were hoping to use their game in hand to increase their chances to finish top 4 but Everton had other plans.
Goals from Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson ensured Chelsea remain at the 6th position in the EPL standings.
Asked about the game, Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri said what happened was ‘strange’.
‘I don’t know. The player don’t know what happened. At the moment I don’t really explain the change. We played in my opinion the best first half of the season. We could have scored four or five times. Suddenly we stopped to play. It’s very strange,’ Sarri told Sky Sports in their coverage of the game, as quoted by the Metro.
Will Sarri stay long at Chelsea?