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Frank Lampard Highlights One Negative Thing at Chelsea’s Victory over Brighton

Frank Lampard Highlights One Negative Thing at Chelsea's Victory over Brighton

Frank Lampard Highlights One Negative Thing at Chelsea’s Victory over Brighton

 

Frank Lampard believes the only negative thing from victory Chelsea 2-0 Brighton is the team’s failure to score more goals. He knows the Blues can play better.

Entertaining Brighton in the 7th week of the Premier League 2019/20, Saturday (09/28/2019), Chelsea set off with one important mission: reap the first home win in the Premier League. Mission success, the Blues won three points.

Lampard’s men performed well in the match, with 24 shots for 90 minutes. Unfortunately, only two goals were created. One of them is a penalty. That is, many opportunities are wasted.

 

 

First Clean Sheet

In addition to their first home win, this victory also helped Chelsea to carve their first clean sheet in the Premier League. Lampard knew that Arrizabalaga would be smiling.

“To smile and that is good news. Obviously, clean sheets are good for us good for team confidence,” said Lampard told Chelsea TV.

“Although I repeatedly say it’s not important and only the victory is important, we know that we want clean sheets and that makes all the players more comfortable.”

“That is our biggest added value and our performance is also great. I think we are playing well,” he continued.

Negative

Even so, Lampard still feels his team can score more goals. Jorginho opened the scoring in the 50th minute, Willian doubled it in the 76th minute. After this Willian goal, Chelsea created many chances.

“The only negative thing is the two or three more goals that we should be able to get because it will satisfy the whole stadium,” continued Lampard.

“Because, we have never won here [Stamford Bridge] and we failed to carve clean sheets at some alarming moments,” he concluded.

drilled a powerful effort that deflected off Burn’s foot and beat Ryan at his near post.

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