Mason Mount and Olivier Giroud sink Wolves and seal fourth place for Chelsea

26 July 2020 05:10
Put the concerns over the defensive frailties to one side for now. Forget about Kepa Arrizabalaga’s lowly save percentage, all those goals conceded to counterattacks and whether this infuriatingly inconsistent Chelsea side will be capable of challenging Liverpool and Manchester City at the top of the table next season.There is no doubt that Chelsea are a long way from becoming the finished article. There are flaws to eradicate, both in terms of personality and ability, and Frank Lampard still has a lot to learn about management. Yet for all the talk about Lampard’s connections mattering more than his coaching credentials when he landed his dream job last summer, the youngest manager in the Premier League has performed above expectations, defying a transfer ban by leading the weakest Chelsea squad of the Roman Abramovich era into the Champions League after finishing a rather chaotic campaign with a composed win over Wolves. Related: Manchester United reach Champions League after Fernandes sinks Leicester Related: Watford relegated from Premier League as Aubameyang fires Arsenal Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian