Chelsea had a comfortable evening against Bournemouth and took all three points at the Vitality Stadium against Eddie Howe’s men.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is disappointed with his team and their performance and will definitely be under pressure as the Cherries are 19th on the table.
Howe said of Chelsea’s goal which was scored by Eden Hazard: “The goal was very disappointing with the mistakes leading to it.”
Howe also revealed his unhappiness with his team’s performance against Chelsea.
He said after the game: “Too passive in the first half, with the quality that they have. Positive were we were 0-0 at half-time and we could change the shape. Jermain was a tactical decision but we need to manage his minutes.”
He then backed his players to come out of this difficult situation.
The Bournemouth manager said: “Crisis is a commonly used word. I back the players to work it out.”