Lampard protects Kepa and Werner after Chelsea development in FA Cup


Chelsea boss, Frank LampardChelsea employer, Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard safeguarded Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga and striker Timo Werner following their 3-1 win versus Luton on Sunday.

Tammy Abraham’s hat-trick showed enough to win the FA Cup fourth-round tie at Stamford Bridge, however the house side had their tough minutes throughout the video game.

A shot from Jordan Clark squeezed previous Kepa in spite of the goalkeeper getting a hand to the ball as the visitors pulled an objective back at the half-hour mark, while Werner went on to miss out on a charge late in the video game.

Lampard fasted to mention that Kepa conserved his side from surrendering their lead in the 2nd half and stated the remainder of the group were simply as much at fault for the Championship side’s objective.

“Well, on the flip side of that, Kepa makes a really top save in the second half to make sure it doesn’t go to 2-2. It is very easy for people to sort of hone in on that but Kepa is not playing so regularly,” he informed press reporters. “He comes in after training well and he is a good goalkeeper and I will certainly give him that one in the first half.

” I am as frustrated that we let somebody stand in our box in area and get a shot away when we should not have actually done. I believe it was a basic group minute of complacency with how we were at 2-0 which is unsatisfactory.

“So, we got back to it very quickly and dominated the game and it made us slightly nervous to not have the two-goal league that makes it comfortable. Once we got that back again, which we should have got a lot earlier, then the game was comfortable.”

Werner’s objective versus Morecambe in the previous round of the competitors is the only one he has actually scored for the club given that early November and the coach feels his charge miss out on summarize the Germany global’s present battles on the pitch.

“With Timo, I’m disappointed for him. He gave a lot to the performance today. He was a threat behind, his link-up with Tammy, his link up with people around him, it’s just one of those things,” he stated.

“When it’s not going for you quite, it can happen. I missed penalties, I know the feeling. I know he will feel despondent, maybe now and the last few minutes of the game, but he shouldn’t be.

“It’s my task and his colleagues’ task to raise him and he will be great. It was nearly an indication of what’s going on for Timo at the minute, it’s not rather dropping for him, however there will be a time when he takes charges without thinking of it and strikes the back of the web without thinking of it. At the minute that’s not rather the time for Timo, however it will come and ideally quickly.”

Lampard protects Kepa and Werner after Chelsea development in FA Cup