Chelsea Coach Frank Lampard has praised his players after the 2-1 Comeback win against Arsenal, MySportDab reports.
Despite being 1-0 down at half-time, Lampard and his players had a heated exchange at the break following a poor first-half performance.
Lampard’s dressing room exchange worked the magic as late goals from Jorginho and Tammy Abraham helped the Blues complete a shocking comeback.
‘There should be always serious talks because you don’t want 11 sileng players who just play for playing sake,’ said Frank Lampard.
‘We knew that we can’t just come here and play like that and expect to get anything from the match.
‘Win, lose or draw, I was not bothered about how the second half would be, it was more of: can we show our class here.
‘Because we just have to, we’re Chelsea and we can’t play boring football and not feel for the over 3,000 fans who travelled across London to watch the match.
‘Then the lads starting responding well in the 2nd half and we were a bit aggressive which is good.’
However, Arsenal Coach Mikel Arteta is still waiting for his first win since being appointed on December 20, though the Gunners’ performance during most parts of the game against Chelsea was impressive.