Europa-League--Sarri-speaks-on-changing-Chelsea-formation940140618220792810Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri, has insisted he will not move away from his favoured 4-3-3 formation.

Sarri has come under pressure following recent results, to tweak his tactical system or drop underperforming players in his regular starting XI.

However, speaking at a media conference on Wednesday ahead of their Europa League tie against Malmo, the Italian offered no encouragement that change is imminent.

“The system is a false problem. I know very well that, when we lose, [they say] I have to put a striker on the pitch.

“When we win, I have to put a defender on the pitch. But I want to see the football in another way,” Sarri said.

Asked about whether recent individual errors in games could prompt him to try different players in his system, Sarri replied: “Maybe, but at the moment we are making mistakes with a lot of players. Everybody sooner or later was involved in a mistake. So I think we need more to change the mentality than the players.”