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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has revealed his players were upset after Chelsea’s 4-2 win over Burnley on Saturday.
Christian Pulisic’s hat-trick and Willian’s goal put Chelsea four goals ahead. Burnley struck twice late on through Jay Rodriguez and Dwight McNeil but Chelsea ran out 4-2 winners to remain in fourth place.
Lampard has revealed his players were unhappy that they were unable to keep a clean sheet against Burnley.
“I said it to the players, I will be the first to criticise sloppy goals which change the look of the game. Because it did change the look, it wasn’t 4-2,” Lampard told Premier League Productions.
“But not tonight, I can’t.
“Because the way they played, the personality they had on the ball, the movement of the ball, there were so many great things there that I’m not going to allow it in the dressing room.
“A few of them are upset but it’s not a day for that.
“It’s a day to say we played really well, we came to a tough place, played really well and won comfortably.”