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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard wasn’t comfortable all through the 90 minutes at the KCOM Stadium as the Blues sealed passage to the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Chelsea had 65 percent possession of the ball against Hull, 16 attempted shots and 7 on target but couldn’t find a way past Hull goalkeeper Long George.
Lampard has bemoaned his team’s lack of goals despite the chances created, a familiar theme this season at Chelsea.
Lampard told reporters: “I’m looking at the bigger picture and how we can improve, and it’s a constant message at the moment.
“Recently we are having a lot of shots, good, good chances we’re not taking. It’s a frustrating period for us. It defines games. A second goal in the first half might take the sting out of them in the second half more than one does.
“Then we have to remain very secure if that’s going to be the case, if we’re only going to score one or two goals in the game. We gave them too many opportunities with little moments. It’s part of the process.”