- Maurizio Sarri has been taunted on social media after Chelsea's defeat to Man City
- The west London club received a 6-0 spanking from the Premier League champions
- The Blues have now slipped to sixth as Man United and Arsenal climb on the table
Maurizio Sarri has been an object of mockery on social media after Chelsea were humiliated by Manchester City at the Etihad by 6-0.
Fans took to their various social media handles and brought out the funny side of the Blues' astonishing defeat at the hands of the defending champions.
One Twitter user suggested that Chelsea should send a save our soul (SOS) to Dutch manager Guus Hiddink, who is currently handling the Chinese U-21 team.
Another user known as Chelsea whose bio says she's a senior designer, and not a sports team supporter said: "I am not a football club"
Chelsea have dropped to sixth position with Manchester United and Arsenal taking over in fourth and fifth and a Twitter user brought out the funny side of the changes on the table.
Adian Walsh was creative with his tweet after showing Sarri standing up for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to sit in United's dugout said: "Thank you Sarri, we'll take it from there."
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BenchWarmers also created a conversation between Sarri and Zola with the picture of both of them seated together.
Sarri: "What time we kicking off"
Zola: "Every 10 mins boss"
Squawka quoted Liverpool legend and pundit Jamie Carragher, who made a mockery of the Blues boss. "The worst thing I can say about Sarri is that he looks like he's turned Chelsea into Arsenal."
Mr Dj had a picture of Jise Mourinho photo-shopped on a bus driver saying: "Taxi for Sarri leaving Manchester tonight...."
FootballJOE had a collage of Sarri and said: "Okay. No more tweets about Sari for now. Actually feel quite bad seeing these two pictures."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported Antonio Rudiger walked up to where Chelsea supporters were seated and apologized for the dismal outing against Manchester City.
The Blues were taught a footballing lesson by the English champions who moved back to the top of the Premier League with a superior goal difference.
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