Maurizio Sarri leaves Chelsea training before the final of the Europa League

Maurizio Sarri leaves Chelsea training before the final of the Europa League
Maurizio Sarri left the Chelsea training session in a fit of rage the day before his team faces Arsenal in the Europa League final.

The brothers were already high in the Blues camp after David Luiz and Gonzalo Higuain appeared in a heated exchange as a trained coach at the Baku Olympic Stadium on Tuesday.
Sarri, who has led Chelsea to the final of the second-level European football competition in his first season with the club, then took off his hat and kicked him on the field in frustration.

Chelsea, however, said the Italian manager's anger was related to the media coverage, rather than the players.

"Maurizio's frustration shown at the end of the training was not related to any of his players, but he could not practice set-plays in the last 15 minutes of the one-hour training session since he remained open to the media," a club The spokesman told CNN.
Chelsea and Sarri also face the possibility of losing midfielder N'Golo Kante before the final against his London rivals.
Kate trained as a player, Sarri said that the probability of the Frenchman being fit for the game is "50/50".
Far from the field, the Europa League.

The Armenian midfielder from Arsenal, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, opted not to travel to the game due to his safety in Azerbaijan, which has been caught in a century-old political conflict with his native country.
English fans have also been annoyed to make the 4,000-kilometer journey from London to Baku for the final, which means 6,000 tickets allocated to the Premier League.
"Most of these [returned] tickets have already been sold to local fans in Azerbaijan and we are confident that the rest will also be sold, as the demand is very high," UEFA said in a statement.