Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is apparently disappointed in at side’s reckless loss to Wolves last night at Molineux Stadium.
The Blues went ahead early on in the second-half courtesy of a spilled Olivier Giroud shot by Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio with the goal-line technology coming into favor for the Blues.
It didn’t take too long for the hosts to find their rhythm before eventually netting an equalizer thanks to Daniel Podence’s twisting and turning before smashing a fine shot into Edouard Mendy’s goal.
With injury time half spent, the hosts capitalized on a loose ball to break Pedro Neto free, with the 20-year-old beating Kurt Zouma before driving a low shot into the net to hand Frank Lampard a second consecutive loss in the league.
Speaking in the post-match press conference, Frank Lampard bemoaned his players lack of character at Molineux Stadium on the night.
The 42-year-old gaffer also believes his side may have taken their foot off the gas following a strong run of form that saw them near the top of the table.
“Maybe it’s for the players to think about the game while they’re resting.
“Think about tonight, think about Everton. This is the Premier League and if you don’t perform, you lose games.”
The Blues will play host to West Ham during the weekend with hopes of bouncing back from two straight defeats.