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Chelsea were denied a first win of the season as the Blues could only draw 1-1 against Leicester City in Frank Lampard’s first home game in charge of the Blues.
Mason Mount game Chelsea an early lead against Leicester City before Wilfred Ndidi equalised with a header from a corner in the second half.
Graeme Souness has blamed Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta for Ndidi’s header after Azpilicueta was caught off guard by the midfielder’s run into the box.
Azpilicueta was also at fault for two goals in last week’s 4-0 defeat to Manchester United.
“Azpilicueta has been a brilliant defender for Chelsea but he doesn’t know Ndidi is there for the goal, he’s just watching the ball,” Souness said on Sky Sports.
“He looks over his right shoulder and he stops that. He gave two goals away last week and gave this goal away today as well.”
Former Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole also agreed with Souness, saying: “Azpilicueta’s body shape is wrong, if he’d opened his body up a bit more he would’ve stopped him.”
The draw against Leicester City means the Blues are yet to get our first win of the season under Frank Lampard and have just one point from our first two Premier League games of the season.