Former Tremendous Eagles coach and a member of the FIFA Technical Examine Group on the 2022 World Cup, Sunday Oliseh, has faulted Chelsea interim supervisor Frank Lampard’s ways towards Arsenal after the disappointing Blues fell to a 3-1 defeat to the Gunners in a Premier League fixture on the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday.
The ex-international kicked towards Lampard’s tactical strategy of enjoying French midfielder N’Golo Kante out of place and noticed Mikel Arteta’s facet take cost of the match
The 32-year-old defensive midfielder was deployed to the fitting facet of the midfield alongside Enzo Fernández and Mateo Kovacic in Lampard’s 4-3-3 formation.
Martin Odegaard scored the primary two objectives, twice capitalising on dismal Chelsea defending to dispatch Granit Xhaka crosses, with Gabriel Jesus then including the third from shut vary to seal a cushty win.
Nigerian-Dutch ahead Noni Madueke pulled a objective again for Chelsea halfway via the second half, but it surely proved to be solely a comfort for the Twelfth-place guests, whose season continues to achieve new depths.
The 48-year-old posted on his Twitter web page stating his disappointment over the Chelsea legend’s tactical blunder.
“Arsenal was on hearth vs. Chelsea!”Oliseh stated on his Twitter web page.
“I’m completely dumbfounded by Chelsea and most particularly how on earth it’s potential for N’golo Kante, who has gained just about every thing with Chelsea and France as the best defensive midfielder of his technology, is frequently performed out of place!” he continued.
The Blues are Twelfth on the desk and have misplaced their sixth straight matches below Lampard.
In response to Opta, Lampard has now misplaced every of the final 10 matches he’s taken cost of throughout all competitions – he’s the primary English supervisor to lose 10 in a row whereas in command of a top-flight staff since Arthur Cox in February 1988 with Derby.
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