'I think that, with the result, we were unlucky, ' said Sarri. In the second half we should have kept the ball more to make it more hard for them, but we can be happy of course with the performance and the result.
With the game starting at breakneck speed, a goal from either side seemed inevitable and it was the visitors who eventually broke the deadlock - Paul Pogba with some lovely footwork to set up Ander Herrera who opened the scoring with a calm header past Chelsea keeper Kepa.
"I am anxious about the result, not about the fans".
'Then in the second half, it was really very hard to play because they are a really physical team and defended very low, compact.
It's safe to say that Chelsea fans haven't been enjoying football of late.
"We played 78 balls in the opposite box and United played only 16 in ours".
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However, Sarri insists the players are still on his side.
The chants were heard in several stands around Stamford Bridge.
"You want to see a reaction", he said.
This latest setback, coupled with the strength of fan hostility, will only intensify speculation about Sarri's job security at Chelsea, but the Italian remains adamant his future is not on his mind. "I was anxious when I was in League Two in italy, not now".
The draw was conducted by 2004 FA Cup victor Darren Fletcher and Wayne Bridge, who lifted the famous trophy with Chelsea in 2007.