Chelsea director, Frank Lampard, has accused his side’s absence of qualify in the last third, for their 1-0 home annihilation to West Ham.
The Blues have to a great extent intrigued under Lampard this season, however lost to their London rivals at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Aaron Cresswell’s second-half strike demonstrated to be the victor, as the Hammers facilitated the weight on chief Manuel Pellegrini with their first win at Chelsea for a long time.
Responding to the destruction, Lampard disclosed to Sky Sports: “We needed more quality in the last third. My issue this season is that we are not changing over enough possibilities.
“Stunned isn’t the word. The Premier League is the thing that it is. I’m frustrated more than stunned.”