Chelsea drew 1-1 with Wolves at home today, leading to plenty of questions for boss Maurizio Sarri.
The Blues coach was confronted after the game about his decision to remove golden boy Jorginho.
The Italian responded that it was a necessary change as they looked to change formation, for the first time this season as he pointed out, to a 4231, allowing Callum Hudson-Odoi to come onto the pitch.
It brought results, as Chelsea picked up a draw, but it wasn’t enough in the end to win us the three points we desperately needed. Perhaps he should consider starting games without the former Napoli man?
You can see the full clip here:
🗣️ "Jorginho, if the other players don't move without the ball, is in trouble" 👀@ChelseaFC boss Maurizio Sarri says he subbed the Italian midfielder for tactical reasons during the draw with @Wolves 🤔
— Hayters TV (@HaytersTV) March 10, 2019