Lampard Reacts Over Chelsea Champions league defeat
Chelsea Head Coach Frank Lampard Reacts Over champions league defeat. says Chelsea will return stronger after their Bayern Munich 7-1 humiliation, hoping a deal for Kai Havertz will put the team on good shape next season.
Chelsea’s season came to an end with a 4-1 thrashing at Munich, home of the Bundesliga champions making it total 7-1 aggregate after first leg 3-0 home defeat in March just before the lockdown.
How Lampard Reacts Over Chelsea Bayern Humiliation
After the match, Lampard admitted there was an obvious gulf in class between his injury-hit, transitioning side and the giants of German football.
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But the Chelsea manager insisted he knows exactly where he needs to improve his squad, as anticipation grows over the expected transfer of Bayer Leverkusen attacker Havertz to Stamford Bridge.
Lampard was asked afterwards about Chelsea’s remaining transfer plans for the summer – and specifically about £90million-rated Havertz.
“I wouldn’t expect anything but it’s our job to go away and see what happens and see where we can improve,” said Lampard in quotes
“In a footballing sense, I feel like I know where we can improve but now it’s time to look at that.”
Lampard ended his first campaign at Chelsea with two defeats, the FA Cup final loss against Arsenal and Saturday’s 4-1 defeat by Bayern.
However, The three-time Premier League winner with Chelsea, Lampard insists a lot has changed since they were competing with the top clubs.