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Cesar Azpilicueta Reveals Chelsea Dressing Room Anger After Bournemouth Defeat

Kane Allen

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Cesar Azpilicueta Reveals Chelsea Dressing Room Anger After Bournemouth Defeat

Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta has revealed his side's anger after being embarrassed 4-0 to Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium last night.

Eddie Howe's team rolled over the five-time Premier League champions last night - and now the Spanish defender unveiled what happened in the dressing room following the loss.

"Afterwards we spoke as men between the manager and the players," he said after the match, via the club website.

"We are very angry. It is unacceptable for Chelsea and we have to find the solutions.

"Conceding four goals is unacceptable, and we are very angry with that. We expected another result. To lose 4-0 as Chelsea players is unacceptable.

"We spoke and in three days time we have another game. We have to be more consistent because 10 days ago we lost against Arsenal, we had a really bad game there, then we played two good games in the cup. To drop back again is really frustrating."

Maurizio Sarri's side were woeful against an impressive Bournemouth set-up. Not even new loan-signing Gonzalo Higuain could change the outcome of the match.


This loss makes it two on the bounce for the West London club. They were beaten 2-0 by Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium two weeks ago.

They now sit outside of the top four on level points with the Gunners, but with a worse goal difference.

And Chelsea fans will be growing wary at Manchester United under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Reds are unbeaten under the interim manager after rescuing a point in the dying minutes against Burnley on Tuesday.

Who will finish in the top-four this Premier League season? Let us know in the comments.

Topics: Gonzalo Higuain, Football News, Maurizio Sarri, Chelsea, Football, Manchester United, Cesar Azpilicueta, Premier League, bournemouth, Eddie Howe

Kane Allen
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