Christensen reveals what pained him after Chelsea conceded a goal against Bournemouth

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Chelsea bossed the possession against Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium, with over 70 percent of the ball, but the Blues couldn’t get a win against Southampton for all their efforts.

Chelsea were 1-0 up at half-time, but ended up playing a 2-2 draw away at Bournemouth, and had even gone down 2-1 before a late Marcos Alonso strike sealed a draw for the Blues.

Frank Lampard’s side has only won 13 league games this season and has lost 9. The team has conceded a whopping 39 goals in 28 games, as defensive issues have summed up Chelsea’s season.

Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen has admitted that Chelsea started the game slowly in both halves and also admitted his frustration at conceding goals.

He said: “Our story of the game against Bournemouth is that in the beginning of the first half we started off slowly and exactly the same happened in the second half. In the first half Bournemouth didn’t punish us but in the second half they did.

“As a defender, every time you concede is frustrating but the way we started both halves is what we have to look at and change it.”

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