Chelsea's manager Maurizo Sarri wants motivational players amid transfer deadline
The victim Deepesh, a resident of Ghoga village in Rohini, alleged that his brother Jaidev attacked him with a sharp object over distribution of ancestral property and injured his left hand.
The Italian said he would talk to goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois next week after the Belgian's agent Christophe Henrotay was quoted as saying his client was keen to leave Stamford Bridge, with Real Madrid touted as a possible destination during the transfer window, which closes on Thursday.
Courtois did not play in the game, with deputy Willy Caballero experiencing a busy afternoon against an incisive City attack.
Sarri admitted there was "a little difference, maybe a lot" between the two teams at Wembley but said he had had little time to work with the players, many of whom were given extended holiday after the World Cup.
Eden Hazard and N'Golo Kante also missed Sunday's game after their World Cup efforts, with Willian coming on only as a substitute.
The new manager has promised to put the fun back into Chelsea's football but on Sunday's evidence he has serious thinking to do first, and he vowed that everyone would work hard to ensure they were ready for the Premier League.
"I don't know. I arrived here three weeks ago and have only seen six players," he said. "It is so very difficult. We have the idea to press, but sometimes they did not do it in the right way. We have the idea of being in control but today we were not."
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