‘4 matches’ Chelsea Lampard “Now two weeks have passed… I will not give up the season”
Correspondent Seol Ha-eun = Chelsea coach Frank Lampard, who lost all four games after taking office, said, “It’s only been two weeks. I won’t let the season end like this.” He promised to play the rest of the game.
Chelsea gave up consecutive goals 바카라사이트to Rodrygo in the second leg of the 2022-2023 season European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) quarterfinal against Real Madrid (Spain) at Stamford Bridge in London, England on the 19th (Korean time) and lost 0- 2 and it collapsed without a hitch.
Following a 0-2 defeat in the first leg of the away game, Chelsea, which received a total score of 0-4 in the first and second leg, was eventually eliminated in the quarterfinals of the tournament.
Chelsea took out the command tower hard card on the 2nd after the EPL ranking plummeted to 11th under manager Graham Porter’s system.
Then, on the 7th, coach Lampard, a club legend who played an active role in winning the UCL in the 2011-2012 season, was appointed as the temporary command tower.
However, after he took office, the team’s performance is at a disastrous level with a total loss of 4 official matches.
Manager Lampard was trying his best to be confident.
According to the British broadcasting BBC, he said in an interview, “It’s only been two weeks (since I took office). I’m still hungry,” and said, “I won’t let any player give up this season.”
Chelsea had a slight lead over Real Madrid on the day with 52%-48% of ball possession and 11-9 shooting.
The scoring opportunities came to both teams similarly, with the score being tied at 6-6 in shots on target, but it was Real Madrid who took the lead in the decision.
Lampard wrapped up the players, saying, “I can’t blame the players. We created a lot of chances, such as good crosses, and there was no shortage of scoring attempts.”
In the 11th minute of the first half, N’Golo Kante’s shot in front of the door and Enso Fernandez’s mid-range shot in the second half both missed the goal. All of Chelsea’s shots went to nothing, including shots from Mikhailo Mudrik and Kai Havertz that were blocked by goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
After self-assessing, “I realized a better chance against Real Madrid,” Lampard said, “I will continue to play like today for the rest of the season.”