Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has warned his team not to be complacent in their defence of the Premier League title, after they ran out 6-0 winners for the second week in succession against Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium yesterday evening.
The Italian told his side that they "could not possibly" trounce every team by the same score, and highlighted rivals Manchester United as one team who would put up a more of a fight than their pathetic pie-eating Lancashire neighbours.
In buoyant mood, Ancelotti said:
"Man Utd will be a difficult kettle of fish. I can't see us scoring more than 4 against them. Arsenal will be hard, too. I reckon 4-0, and probably 5-0 against Tottingham. As for the rest, they are, how you say, shite."