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13/08/2019 - 11:23 GMT

This Must Worry Frank Lampard – Manchester United Legend


Manchester United legend Lou Macari believes Frank Lampard must feel worried about the number of sloppy mistakes his Chelsea side made at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Lampard side’s suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester United at Old Trafford in their opening game of the Premier League season.  


Chelsea made a good start to the game and hit David de Gea’s woodwork twice while looking the better team in the opening exchanges against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.

A sloppy tackle from Kurt Zouma in the penalty box led to Manchester United taking the lead and the Blues were blown apart in the second half through three more goals.

Macari feels Lampard will be pleased with the way his side created the chances, but believes the Chelsea boss should be worried about the number of mistakes his side committed.

The Manchester United legend indicated that a lack of experience in the team could be Chelsea’s Achilles’ heels this season.

Macari said on MUTV when asked about Chelsea: “Never mind the goals, there were a lot of mistakes yesterday and they paid for it.

“The last goal or the third goal, the right-back played everyone on by yards, the penalty given away was a clumsy challenge and experienced players do not normally do that.

“So, they’d be kicking themselves.

“Frank Lampard will be reasonably pleased by the chances they go and hitting the crossbar and all that, but what will be worrying him is the number of mistakes they made all over the pitch.

“Maybe they just do not have the players to do that over 38 games.”

Chelsea will be in action on Wednesday night when they will take on Liverpool at the Vodafone Arena in the UEFA Super Cup.