A former player Chelsea had predicted from the start that London Blue would lose to the opponent United. But he didn’t expect to be humiliated.
Chelsea returned from MU headquarters with a 1-4 defeat at Old Trafford, Friday (26/5) early morning WIB. The Blues even went behind four goals before Joao Felix made a consolation goal.
The result worsened the pace of the Blues this season, which is now scattered in 12th place in the Premier League standings. Contrast with finishing third last season.
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Jason Cundy, former strengthening defensive player Chelsea era 1988-1992, had predicted Chelsea’s defeat even before kick-off. What surprised him was that Frank Lampard’s squad ended up being humiliated by their opponents.
“I’m numb,” Cundy said on his The Sports Bar show talkSPORT.
“I was sure they would lose. What I didn’t expect was that it turned out to be humiliated. There were moments when we played well, but we couldn’t score a goal.”
“It was a naive performance and you saw for yourself in the second half. We didn’t put up a fight and when it was 0-4 I thought it would be seven or eight,” he said.