Jose Mourinho wanted as replacement for Sarri after Everton's disappointing defeat

Jose Mourinho wanted as replacement for Sarri after Everton's disappointing defeat

- Jose Mourinho is wanted by Chelsea fans after his disappointing defeat to Everton

- Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson scored the two goals that downed the visitors at Goodison Park

- The Blues fans have now called on the club to sack Maurizio Sarri and re-hire Mourinho

Chelsea squandered a chance to rise above Manchester United on the Premier League table following their 2-0 defeat to Everton at Goodinson Park on Sunday.

Two send half goals from Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson ensured the Blues remained 6th on the table after match day 30.

As the Stamford Bridge outfit are left three points off the top four with just eight matches remaining to play this campaign.

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Maurizio Sarri was presented with a glorious chance to keep his side's hopes of finishing among the top four alive.

After his Sarri's lackluster performance in the game, Chelsea fans demanded the Italian tactician be axed barely a season after joining the club last summer.

The fans want the under-fire tactician replaced by former boss, Jose Mourinho, who was recently sacked at Manchester United.

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@evertestimony tweeted: "Okay Chelsea, time to appoint Mourinho again."

@SBala_ said, "Mourinho to Chelsea. Rebuil needed."

@ShwagDr contended Mourinho back to Chelsea in the summer is an almost done deal.

@CharlesMungen posted: "Chelsea is ready to concede more goals. Mourinho and Conte were much better. #SarriOut."

However, one @delaneyy13 exuded confidence that Sarri is still the right man for the job.

Meanwhile, Chelsea currently sit sixth on the log with 57 points, a point behind fifth-placed Manchester United.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Everton defeated Chelsea 2-0 in a tough Premier League clash on Sunday, March 17, at Goodison Park.

The encounter saw Chelsea start in the front foot after Eden Hazard’s decent shot in the 6th minute, but Everton shot-stopper Jordan Pickford was on hand to make a save, with scores still at 0-0.

A minute later, Hazard again came close to opening the scores, but his shot from 16-yard out could only hit the woodwork.

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