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Leave our club as Frank Lampard lost 5 games played for Chelsea this season



Leave our club as Frank Lampard lost 5 games played for Chelsea this season

Popular English football club, Chelsea has again crashed to fifth successive defeat under their new Coach, Lampard.

Chelsea as a club, is passing through difficult situation this season ranging from series of defeat without any significant winning, even under their new Coach.

This event was reported on the Social media by Channels TV news broadcasting platform, they reported the news on their Twitter page.

According to them, they noted that Chelsea crashed to a fifth successive defeat under Frank Lampard as their west London neighbours Brentford won 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.

In his second spell as Chelsea boss after replacing the sacked Graham Potter until the end of the season, Lampard has failed to spark a revival from his troubled team, who were booed off at full-time.

With former Paris Saint Germain and Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino reportedly close to taking charge, Chelsea are enduring their worst run since 1993 after their winless streak extended to eight games.

Cesar Azpilicueta’s 37th minute own goal and Bryan Mbeumo’s 78th minute strike left 11th placed Chelsea in danger of finishing in the bottom half of the table for the first time since 1996.

Liverpool kept alive their thin any desires for a best four get done with a 2-1 win at West Ham.

The Mallets required a twelfth moment lead through Lucas Paqueta’s fantastic strike, just for Cody Gakpo to level from long-range five minutes after the fact.

Joel Matip’s 67th moment header moved 6th put Liverpool inside six marks of fourth positioned Manchester Joined together, who have two games close by.

Nottingham Woods moved out of the transfer zone as they beat Brighton 3-1 at the City Ground to win without precedent for 12 games.

Brighton started to lead the pack in the 38th moment through Facundo Buonanotte’s most memorable Chief Association objective, yet Woodland leveled thanks to Pascal Gross’ 45th moment own objective.

Danilo got following 69 minutes before Morgan Gibbs-White’s late punishment lifted Woods one point clear of the last three.

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