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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has been criticised for making a tactical switch in the second half against Wolves that affected Christian Pulisic’s game.
The American international had a bright first half but was unfortunately much quieter in the second half.
Lampard has been blamed for Pulisic’s quiet second half after he switched the American international to the right wing and Timo Werner to the left wing.
“Came out absolutely firing and was Chelsea’s most dangerous player,” The Sun wrote.
“He was unfortunately much quieter in the second half when he was switched over to the right wing.
“It wasn’t a wise move really, even though it did get Timo Werner into the match a bit more.”