The Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard thinks that Chelsea must not let themselves fall into the same trap as last season when they thought they were unbeatable.
“The big danger in any sport, particularly football, is that when things are going great you stop doing the things that got you there,” he said. “If we’re honest, we did that a bit last year.”
Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has reacted to the recent slip-ups with anger, letting his team know that they can’t afford to rest for just one moment.
John Obi Mikel, who admitted he was guilty for allowing Apoel Nicosia to score the equalizing goal on Tuesday, said: “The manager was really, really mad with the way we played in the second half,”
“We had lost the last two games and playing at home as well, we should have won this game. We played well in the first half, but in the second half we didn’t move the ball quickly and you could smell the danger coming.”
Chelsea now have two home games coming up, against Everton this weekend, and then Portsmouth, and with their home league record they should return to winning ways.
It’s time for the team to stand up and be counted.
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