Chelsea flies to third place, Sarri qualifies for the Champions League and can win the Europa League

Chelsea vola al terzo posto, Sarri ipoteca la Champions e pu├▓ vincere l'Europa League

Chelsea flies to third place, Sarri mortgage the Champions League and can win the Europa League. Photo EPA / FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA

LONDON – Maurizio Sarri's first English season has started out great, he had a mid-season crisis and is ending in the best way. Chelsea failed to fight for the Scudetto but nobody had asked Sarri because last year the Blues didn't even qualify for the Champions League with Antonio Conte.

Chelsea third in the standings and the Europa League final is at hand.

One day from the end of the Premier League, Chelsea gained the mathematical certainty of participating in the next Champions League . The team coached by Maurizio Sarri is third with 71 points. Followed by Tottenham, fourth with 70 points, and Arsenal fifth with 67 points.

Maurizio Sarri won the qualification for the next Champions League in a mathematical way. Let's explain why, starting from the worst possible case. If Chelsea lost the last league match against Leicester, staying at 71 points, it could be overtaken by Tottenham but not by Arsenal and therefore would still retain a Champions League spot. On the final day of the Premier League, Tottenham faces Everton while Arsenal will have to contend with Burnley.

In addition to the championship, Europe also smiles to Maurizio Sarri. Chelsea played a great semi-final first leg in Frankfurt and thanks to the result of 1 to 1 part as favored in the return match that will assign a place in the final of the Europa League. If Sarri were to pass the round, he could face Arsenal in the final, who won 3-1 against Valencia, in a possible London derby that promises show.

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Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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