"So it's good to change players and not see the difference and to still get important wins like [against Watford]".
The result saw Sarri's side slide to fourth in the table, 10 points behind champions Manchester City ahead of their clash with the league leaders on Saturday.
Angry Maurizio Sarri rounded on his over-confident Chelsea stars after their title hopes suffered another major blow with a 2-1 defeat at Wolves. While Chelsea are looking to build on their win against Fulham over the weekend.
It was Chelsea's second Premier League defeat in three games, having previously been unbeaten, and Sarri admits he is anxious by how easily his team wilted.
With Burnley throwing everything forward in the dying minutes to try to secure a point, Liverpool broke up the field and Salah teed up Xherdan Shaqiri, who fired a first-time shot past Hart in stoppage time.
The one negative for Liverpool was the sight of Joe Gomez leaving the field on a stretcher because of an ankle injury.
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"I think we played very well for 55 minutes", he said.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek looked set to take centre-stage when he marked just his second Premier League start of the season with the opening goal in the 18th minute.
"Maurizio is doing a great job at Chelsea", Sacchi told the Daily Mail.
Shkodran Mustafi put fifth-place Arsenal ahead with a header that was fumbled over the line by United goalkeeper David De Gea but Anthony Martial, who later went off injured, equalized inside four minutes. They stayed in the game, even though in the beginning of the second half Chelsea had two chances to score.
Tottenham Hotspur shook off their north London derby defeat by Arsenal with Harry Kane, Lucas Moura and Son Heung-min all on target for Mauricio Pochettino's side at Wembley where new Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl watched from the stands.
City are unbeaten this season and look as though they're going to win the Premier League at a canter.