|Chelsea are now below Arsenal in the Premier League table on goals|
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri says it's been "not too easy" since his facet were thrashed by Manchester city in the Premier League on Sunday.
The Blues face Swedish club malmo in the Europa League last 32 on Thursday in their initial match since the 6-0 defeat - their heaviest in 28 years.
Sarri's team have conjointly lost to Bournemouth and Arsenal in recent weeks, fallen to sixth in the league.
"It's challenging to play after losing 6-0," said Sarri.
"But we've to play and we have to play well. we want to win.
We want to react right away."
Sarri said the team spoke for an hour at the training ground on Monday, having conceded four goals in the initial 25 minutes against city.
"It's better to work, to react on the pitch," he said.
"The last match wasn't a problem of motivation. in the initial four or 5 minutes we started well. we weren't able to react.
"We conceded and then weren't able to do anything."
Sarri added he had not spoken to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich following the defeat.
"Not this week, not in the last 3 weeks," he said.
"I would like to speak to someone of the club, not necessarily the owner. I speak to [director] marina Granovskaia and for me that's enough."