Chelsea Manager, Frank Lampard has uncovered what he told his players during the half time of their 4-4 draw with Ajax in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night at Stamford Bridge.
Lampard’s side were three objectives down in the Bosses Class tie, before Ajax saw two of their focal safeguards, Daley Visually impaired and Joel Veltman sent off.
It swung the match in support of Chelsea, with a second punishment of the match from Jorginho and objectives from Cesar Azpilicueta and Reece James carrying the hosts to level at 4-4.
Talking after the match, Lampard was cited by Express UK as saying: “I can’t clarify the game.
“I said [to my players] at half time it will be 3-3 or 4-4, we were so in the game.
“We looked hazardous and I felt we would gather speed.
“I am upset in general, this is the Heroes Group and we committed such a large number of errors.
“The greatest joy is the soul the entire arena appeared. I can’t give you much on the red cards, I didn’t generally observe what they were really going after.
“At half time I would have taken a draw without a doubt. How about we accept it as what it might have been. I was anticipating some place towards 10 minutes of included time, not certain where four originated from.”