The journalist asked Sarri if Napoli's title hopes had been damaged after drawing with Inter Milan 0-0 coupled with Juventus' victory over Udinese.
Paulo Dybala scored two goals for Juventus.
And they know they could find themselves four points adrift if Juve make the most of their game advantage against Atalanta on Wednesday night.
Gonzalo Higuain missed a first-half penalty, but Juve took another comfortable step toward a seventh consecutive league title.
United Nations investigator blames Facebook for spreading hate against Rohingyas
"It has ... substantively contributed to the level of acrimony and dissention and conflict, if you will, within the public". She further adds, "I'm afraid that Facebook has now turned into a beast, and not what it originally intended".
Montella expets Sevilla to 'suffer' against Man United at Old Trafford
Man United players during a training session on the eve of their Champions League Last-16 tie against Sevilla in Manchester yesterday.
Spring Statement: Chancellor Philip Hammond reveals stronger borrowing forecasts
Economists expect Mr Hammond to announce that borrowing is set to be around £7billion lower in 2017-18 than had been predicted. Hammond's comment that "we [the Conservatives] are the party of small businesses" and of entrepreneurs is a case in point.
Maurizio Sarri, the manager of Italian soccer team Napoli, is in hot water after a profanity-laced response to a female journalist Sunday.
The 24-year-old Dybala continued his excellent run of form by curling a magnificent freekick into the top corner to give the hosts a 20th-minute lead. We're putting pressure on our rivals and we keep moving forwards.
Napoli, which lost at home to Roma last weekend, nearly fell to a second successive defeat as Inter went closest to breaking the deadlock when Milan Skriniar headed a free kick off the right post early in the second half.
Ciro Immobile grabbed Lazio a 2-2 draw at Cagliari with a stunning equaliser in the fifth minute of injury time.