Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has had his say on the disappointing draw at home to Leicester City.
Lampard and his Chelsea players drew 1-1 with Leicester City at home to further extend their winless run at the start of the season to three games.
After the Leicester City game, Frank Lampard spoke to the media about the result as he pointed out that his players should have done better against the Foxes.
Lack of game management was responsible for the disappointing result according to ex-Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard.
The Blues legend also said that his team played well for the first 25 minutes and that it should be the blueprint for the rest of the season unlike the final 65 minutes of the game.
Frank Lampard also said that the performance against Manchester United was better than the one churned out by his players against the Brendan Rodgers-led Leicester City team.
The Manchester United game ended in a 4-0 defeat in what’s his first match as the new Chelsea manager having been appointed into the job this summer.
Marcus Rashford (2), substitute Daniel James and Anthony Martial were the goalscorers for the Red Devils.
Lampard and Chelsea played 2-2 with Liverpool in the UEFA Super Cup before they were beaten 5-4 on penalties in his second game as the new Chelsea manager.
The Leicester City clash in the Premier League is his third game at Chelsea.