Maurizio Sarri took to the media to lash at Chelsea supporters who were chanting loudly against him during their late goal match against Cardiff City.
Being at the brink of losing the Top four spot, the Blues fans took matters into their own hands to chant against Sarri during the Cardiff game.
Chants went worse as struggling Cardiff scored the opening goal of match putting them in the lead through Victor Camarasa, at the end of 90 minutes the London club was the victor of the three points.
After the final whistle, Sarri claims he has been listening to what some Chelsea fans been saying.
Speaking in a post-match conference, Sarri said: “I have been used to it in the last 45 years so I know very well the reaction,”
“Probably it was best to wait until the end of the match but for me it’s not a big problem.”
Several players were kept on the bench with superstars Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante were on the bench alongside Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Sarri’s starting lineup against Cardiff seems to be the fans anger, who was chanting “f**k Sarri-ball” just 30 minutes into the match.
The Blues fans made the chanting for the Italian worse after suffering a goal in the second half chants “you don’t know what you are doing”.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek was the supersub for the Sarri side scoring the winning goal after Cesar Azpilicueta leveller.