Sarri feels the defeat to Wolves may help Chelsea as he praised Pep Guardiola's high-flying City. However, they have also played down to the level of weaker teams, losing to Huddersfield and Cardiff in their last two games.
"I think everybody enjoyed it", he said. I am really very anxious, not for the result, but we didn't react to the first goal at all. "I have to understand why the team was suddenly another team". "You can lose a match but not without a reaction".
He added: "Manchester City are in another category".
There would have been nothing fortunate about Willian's free kick four minutes later had it gone in, with Patricio getting his fingertips to the dipping strike to prevent it from dropping into the top corner. "It is a very hard result for the top four".
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The score might've only been 1-0 - thanks to a deflected effort from Ruben Loftus-Cheek - but Chelsea were looking pretty comfortable at the break. Willian and Alvaro Morata line up in attack alongside Eden Hazard, with Pedro and Olivier Giroud dropping to the bench.
"Of course I am disappointed", Sarri said.
- Wolves have defeated "Big 6" opposition in the Premier League for the first time since February 2011 against Manchester United (2-1) - they were winless in their previous 18 such games.
It meant a second defeat in three League outings for Maurizio Sarri's side, which featured five changes in the starting line-up but looked set to claim victory during a comfortable first-half display.