Joe Cole reveals what Lampard will do to the players after draw with Arsenal

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Chelsea were twice ahead of Arsenal, but the Blues ended up drawing the game 2-2 in what was a frustrating game for Chelsea.

Jorginho had put Chelsea in front from the spot in the first half, but an Arsenal counter buoyed by a slip from N’Golo Kante ensured Gabriel Martinelli run through on goal to beat Kepa and level the scores.

Chelsea skipper Cesar Azpilicueta then scored a late one in the 84th minute that seemed to have ended the game, only for the Blues to slip up again, with Hector Bellerin scoring for the Gunners three minutes later.

The game ended 2-2 at the Bridge, and former Chelsea star Joe Cole who was teammates with Frank Lampard has revealed that the Chelsea manager will be very furious with his players.

“Frank will be furious with that,” Cole told BT Sport. “It wasn’t a great performance. Regardless of how they managed the game when Arsenal went down to 10 men, he addressed problems before at the Newcastle game, I don’t think he got any answers today.

“There wasn’t enough clear cut chances created against a weak Arsenal back four when David Luiz was sent off. Not a good performance from Chelsea, not a good night.

“And it shows although he’s done very, very well there’s still a lot of improvements to make. These lads will have to pick themselves up tonight because that’s two points lost for Chelsea.”

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1 Comment on "Joe Cole reveals what Lampard will do to the players after draw with Arsenal"

  1. James Offiong | January 22, 2020 at 1:07 pm |

    Lampard should teach his players game management, especially towards the end of the game. From 80 minutes plus.
    Game management, game management

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