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Chelsea winger Pedro Rodriguez got a rare start in the 2-2 draw against Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday.
The Blues missed out on the three points after starting the game in good fashion and scoring first. The Blues only had to settle for a drawing after going behind in the second half with Marcos Alonso helping out with a late goal to seal a 2-2 draw away from home.
Chelsea have won just two league games this year and just one in the last six league games, as the Blues are now hanging on to fourth position as the season draws close to an end.
Chelsea have two massive Merseyside encounters in the coming week, both at home with the first in the FA Cup when we host Liverpool on Tuesday and the second in the Premier League against Everton this weekend, and Pedro’s message for his team is that they need to improve.
The Spaniard said after the game: “We need to improve and we need to recover some of our compactness because sometimes it is difficult to play with space, but we continue in this way to do our best in the next game.”