Sarri refuses to shake Guardiola after embarrassing 6-0 loss
Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri ignored Pep Guardiola and refused to shake hands with the Manchester City coach after embarrassing 6-0 loss today at Etihad stadium.
The Blues were taken apart at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday with Sergio Aguero hitting his 11th Premier League hat-trick with Raheem Sterling (x2) and Ilkay Gundogan on the score sheet in the 6-0 win for the premier league leaders.
As the final whistle went, Sarri headed straight down the tunnel, ignoring a slightly-bemused Pep Guardiola and his offer of a post-match handshake.
But the Spaniard was left to speak to assistant Gianfranco Zola as Sarri hastily marched down the tunnel.
Meanwhile, football fans have taken to social media to react to Chelsea’s embarrassing defeat.
Chelsea have now conceded 10 times in their last two away games in the league without reply, shipping four at Bournemouth 11 days ago.
Why is Pep shocked Sarri didn’t shake his hand? Man City destroyed Chelsea 6 nil, he’s on his way to find the nearest cigarette factory #MCICHE 1557:14 PM – Feb 10, 201961 people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacy
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