Lampard sends ‘massive’ message to Roman Abramovich following Leicester City defeat
Chelsea didn’t have the luck against Leicester City, as the Blues conceded from an early Leicester City setpiece. A Christian Pulisic penalty was rightly overturned by VAR late in the first half, with James Maddison scoring Leicester City’s second goal shortly after.
A late Timo Werner goal was also ruled out for offside by VAR, as Chelsea slumped to a 2-0 defeat against Leicester City.
However, the Blues looked bereft of ideas at the King Power Stadium, with the home side tactically sound and well positioned all over the pitch.
Talks about a likely sack for the Chelsea manager has been thick since the 3-1 loss to Manchester City, and after tonight’s defeat to Leicester City, it may as well be the end for the young Chelsea manager.
Speaking after the game, Lampard admitted that it’s not in his hands to decide his future at Stamford Bridge.
“It intensified for me a while ago,” Frank Lampard told Sky Sports.
“Expectations at this club are high. Right or wrong. When we perform like that it is normal people will ask questions.
“It is not my decision,” he said when asked whether he believes if his position will be affected, following the defeat.
“That is something that will always be there. Some things are always beyond your control. That I can’t answer.”