The pressure has piled on Maurizio Sarri after Chelsea were thrashed 6-0 by Manchester City following a horrific defensive performance in Manchester.
Not since 1991 have Chelsea conceded six or more goals in a top-flight league match, but a mauling in Manchester followed a beating in Bournemouth.
Sarriball has become Sorryball, as Maurizio Sarri strives to oversee a football revolution at Stamford Bridge, building a possession-based team out of a counter-attacking side.
Sarri champions high-pressing, slick, possession football but he is struggling to get his ideas across in west London right now.
In the 6-0 thrashing at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, the Blues did follow their manager’s footballing philosophy, but they were still humiliated as they made countless individual and team defensive errors.