Sarri has been unwavering in his insistence that Chelsea are not title contenders this season, but he downplayed the suggestion that the manner of this defeat could have a negative effect on his team ahead of the City game.
There are ten points now between his Chelsea team and the Premier League leaders Manchester City and if Maurizio Sarri had his doubts about the task facing him then this second defeat of the season will have opened his eyes about more than one of his big name players.
"Suddenly we conceded a goal and we we were the same team on the pitch It's very hard for me to understand why". Maybe it was for the result, but not for me.
"I think we played very well for 55 minutes", Sarri said. I have got to do my best and try and make stuff happen, but also do what the manager asks me to do defensively", the young midfielder told the reports on Sunday."I am here right now, I am at Chelsea and I want to focus on helping the team. But when we got the draw I felt, and not only me, I think Molineux felt, we were back in the game. "You can lose a match but not without a reaction".
It took 18 minutes for Chelsea to take the lead, with Ruben Loftus-Cheek trying his luck with a shot from outside the penalty area, which Conor Coady headed into the Wolves net.
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But Wolves, beaten in five of their previous six matches, hit back by scoring twice in the space of four second-half minutes.
Chelsea seemed in complete control at the start of the second period but could not kill off Nuno Espirito Santo's side as Willian blazed over on the half-volley from Fabregas's dink over the top, and N'Golo Kante dragged a 25-yard shot wide after being teed up by Hazard's incision from the left.
"It was a good performance and even in the first half we were pleased that we stayed organised and compact".
Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek is open to leaving on loan in the January transfer window if he is not given first-team assurances, according to The Mirror.
Wolves have had their season go off the rails lately.