Sarri blanked Chelsea team bus to return home alone from Bournemouth

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Earlier, had reported how Bournemouth cruised to a 4-0 convincing victory over Chelsea in Wednesday's Premier League clash at the Vitality Stadium.

It's clearly not working for Sarri at Chelsea - with the manager publicly stating that he can't motivate his players.

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri was so frustrated with his players after defeat at Bournemouth that he made his own way home to London.

Sarri's squad is far from flawless, but he has a group full of players who have won Premier League titles, the Champions League, the World Cup - and SO much more. We have seen similar scenarios manifest themselves at Stamford Bridge in recent years, with the player downing tools under both Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte.

King's second and a stoppage-time Charlie Daniels goal means Chelsea drop below Arsenal into fifth on goal difference, while Bournemouth's first win since Christmas moves them up to 10th. I want to focus on the future and we have to work on continuing to play like we did for 70 minutes last week.

We also have to give Mauricio Pochettino credit for sticking with Llorente after he didn't play particularly well in the past two games. But not with that kind of reaction.

In attack, Gonzalo Higuain leads the frontline in what is his league debut for Chelsea.

Chelsea are eyeing a last gasp swoop to sign Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure as Maurizio Sarri looks to bolster his options before tonight's deadline, according to the Mirror. "We can lose, of course, in every match, but not in this way. We need to understand where the problem is". They've got several world-class players, technically.

And let's not forget Spurs in the title race; they could be dark horses now.

The manager added that he was happy with the player on the pitch.

'I am still convinced that we can go for the three points in each game and I see that the boys are really willing to go forward.

What is becoming increasingly apparent is that, as a collective, Chelsea's squad might be the hardest to manage in England, frustrating one coach after another with their inconsistency.