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Chelsea have yet to pick up a victory this season under manager Frank Lampard and according to Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher, the Blues were lucky to get a draw against Leicester as the game could easily have been lost towards the end of the game.
According to Carragher, Chelsea have no organisation in possession and also in attack which makes Chelsea games become too open like a basketball game.
Carragher told Sky Sports: “What would worry him [Lampard] most is that it’s like watching a basketball game. People keep talking about them being naive. They have got no organisation in possession.
“Every clip I look at there is a 40 square by 40 square of space. They are not organised in an attack. It’s too easy to get out, that’s why it becomes a basketball game.”
Leicester pushed for the win late on against Chelsea, with James Maddison and Jamie Vardy both missing great chances and Carragher believes Chelsea were lucky to get a draw.
Carragher was also unimpressed with Willian’s performance against Leicester.
“Towards the end of the game they should have lost really,” he added.
“If Frank had another sub, I think he would have brought him [Willian] off. He was shocking.”