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06/12/2018 - 17:24 BST

Wolves Defeat Means We Must Go For Win Against Man City – Chelsea Legend


Chelsea legend Tommy Langley believes the Blues’ result against Wolves on Wednesday leaves manager Maurizio Sarri with no choice but to go for the win against their upcoming opponents Manchester City.

The west London side suffered a 2-1 defeat against Wolves and are now eight points behind Pep Guardiola’s high-flying Manchester City.

Chelsea have managed just one win from their last four Premier League games and that has put pressure on Sarri as they head into a busy festive period.

Langley feels that the loss against Wolves means Chelsea will have to make a statement in the subsequent game against Manchester City.

“I think he's got to put out a team to win it”, Langley, after the match, said on Chelsea TV.

“If we had won tonight he may have put a side out to be a bit more protective and say let's draw against Man City.

“I don't think he can now."

Chelsea will head into the game with an inferior head to head record against Manchester City in recent times as the Blues have won just two out of the last six meetings between the two, while the Citizens have won the other four.