Chelsea fans absolutely had no plans to hide their displeasure as ‘Sarri out’ and ‘F**K Sarri Ball’ chants were carried out by away support at Cardiff.
Sarri, however, seemed unfazed by such an outrage labelling the reaction as ‘natural’.
Speaking in his post-match press conference, he was quoted saying by Football.London:
“I can understand it very well,” Sarri said. “I have been on the pitch for the last 45 years, so I know the reaction of the fans. I was really disappointed for my players, because they were fighting.
“Probably it was better to wait until the end of the match. But, for me, it’s not a big problem. Of course I can understand. Unfortunately, in the last period, I am getting used to this. Unfortunately. I have to work just in order to change their opinion.
“I don’t know [if I can turn their opinions round]. I think that we only need to win matches. If you win matches, the fans will be happy. Of course, we need to improve and play better.
“But sometimes, during the season, you need to win matches like this. We lost in Everton after our best first half of the season, playing very good football, but ended up losing the match.
“Today we started very badly but, in the end, we won. Probably with a bit of luck, but, for sure, there was a bit of unluckiness at Everton.”