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Frank Lampard was denied victory in his first game as Chelsea boss as the Blues drew 1-1 against Bohemians on Wednesday.
Lampard selected different XIs for each half against Bohemians, with each of the XIs featuring a mixture of experience and youth.
Lampard set up the team in a 4-2-3-1, with the two central midfielders quite narrow, and the number ten adding some support to the front man.
Out of the 22 players that took to the field, who would have been Lampard’s most impressed team throughout the game?
According to football.london, Willy Caballero had the most secure half in goal while Marc Gueho looked secure in the first 45, with Kurt Zouma solid in the second 45 as captain.
Football.london rates seventeen-year-old Ian Maatsen as having a better game at left-back than Kenedy. Davide Zappacosta was also rated as the better right-back to Dujon Sterling.
In midfield, Lewis Baker and Ethan Ampadu had better performances than Danny Drinkwater and Tiemoue Bakayoko while in the no.10 position, football.london couldn’t choose between Billy Gilmour and Conor Gallagher.
Kasey Palmer impressed while Michy Batshuayi was the better no.9.
According to football.london, Chelsea’s best XI against Bohemians is: Caballero; Maatsen, Guehi, Zouma, Zappacosta; Ampadu, Baker; Gilmour, Gallagher, Palmer; Batshuayi.
The rest: Cumming; Sterling, Azpilicueta, Chalobah, Kenedy; Bakayoko, Drinkwater; Piazon, Brown, Pedro; Ugbo.