Graham Potter Admits Chelsea Struggled to Conquer The Reds at Anfield
Chelsea manager Graham Potter has admitted his team had great difficulty in overcoming The Reds in their 2-1 victory over Liverpool at Anfield.
Premier League Champions Lack Confidence Against Top Teams
The Blues have recently been struggling in the Premier League when it comes to playing against the top teams, with their performances vastly improving against the weaker sides. Against Liverpool, however, Potter’s team conceded an early goal, and lacked the confidence to rally and win the match, as they ultimately did.
Liverpool Unlucky Not To Come Away With A Draw
The Reds had the bulk of possession and chances during the match, and were unlucky not to come away with at least a point, after their late equalising effort from Adam Lallana was unfortuately ruled offside. Potter acknowledged the Reds deserved a point from the match, and was pleased his team gutted it out to take all three points.
Chelsea’s Improvement Since Hiring Potter
Chelsea have improved massively since appointing Graham Potter as manager earlier in the season. The team have become a much more dynamic and cohesive unit, and the victories over Liverpool and other top sides have really demonstrat the progress they are making under Potter.
What The Future Holds For Chelsea
The future looks bright for Chelsea, and they will be confident that they could go on and challenge Liverpool and the other top sides in the remaining months of the season. Potter’s new-look Chelsea look equipped to take on any side and battle for a Champions League place.
- Chelsea have improved massively since Potter was appointed. The team have become a much more dynamic and cohesive unit.
- The Reds will feel aggrieved not to have taken at least a draw from the game. They dominated possession and chances, but had a late equaliser ruled offside.
- Chelsea will be confident they can challenge any team. The Blues will be hoping they can battle for a Champions League place in the remaining months of the season.