Read What Azpilicueta Has To Say Ahead Of Wednesday’s Super Cup Clash Against Liverpool

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The Chelsea dream didn’t start right for Frank Lampard as the Blues were beaten by Manchester United 4-0 at Old Trafford.

The pressure is now mounting on Lampard as many believe the Chelsea legend doesn’t have what it takes to lead a top club like Chelsea.

Up next is a UEFA Super Cup final clash against red-hot Liverpool, and Chelsea skipper Cesar Azpilicueta believes that his side can learn from the game and put a good fight against Jurgen Klopp’s side on Wednesday night.

“Chelsea always fights for everything so when we don’t win then we know there will be more and more questions around us but we have to cope with it,” said the Chelsea skipper.

“We have to learn from the game, we know that we can improve and we have to take our responsibilities. There is a trophy to fight for on Wednesday against a good team so we have to be ready for it.”

Speaking ahead of the game against Manchester United, former Chelsea and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho revealed that either of the two sides will fight for the Premier League title this season.

Mourinho believes Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City B team can win the title this season.

On his punditry debut for Sky Sports, Mourinho was asked how many sides can win the title.

“Four. Manchester City , Tottenham , Liverpool and Manchester City B team,” Mourinho responded.

“When I looked at the bench yesterday, there were some images of the bench, and the players that were not even involved, I think even their B team could fight for the title.

“Independent of what happens today [Manchester United vs. Chelsea], even if one of the teams plays magnificently and has a fantastic result I don’t believe that they are going to be in the title race.

“It’s also a little bit difficult for me, in spite of some really good players, I don’t think Arsenal will be in a title race. But I think Tottenham has to join it.”

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