Alan Shearer has admitted that Timo Werner’s type for Chelsea is now a ‘fear’ for Frank Lampard.
The Germany worldwide failed to search out the web for the tenth sport in a row because the Blues suffered a dismal 3-1 defeat to Arsenal on Saturday night.
Having been used out on the left by Lampard, Werner didn’t make any kind of impression and was hooked off by the Blues boss at half-time on the Emirates.
And Shearer believes the shortage of creativity in Chelsea’s ranks was clear for all to see.
“They lacked creativity,” Shearer mentioned on Match of the Day.
“It wasn’t till the 85th minute the place that they had an effort on track. A scarcity of depth and drive and high quality within the ultimate third.
“Once you have a look at among the gamers on present within the attacking third, then this could possibly be a fear for Frank.
“[Timo] Werner, who was dragged at half time, didn’t supply something in that first half, received into one or two respectable positions.
“Arsenal had males behind the ball they usually made it very troublesome for them, Arsenal. Arsenal had been strong and provided Chelsea nothing.”
Lampard blasted his crew’s gradual begin within the London derby.
“‘Within the second half we confirmed some urgency but it surely was too late. The primary half we gave ourselves an excessive amount of to do, we had been very poor,” he mentioned.
“You possibly can’t lack vitality and want within the Premier League and we did. You possibly can put together in addition to you need however for those who flip up like that that’s one other factor. It’s within the thoughts.
“Should you carry out under par issues go in opposition to you just like the Saka purpose. That’s life. On one other day we might have scored the penalty and are available again but it surely’s not a day for us.
“The groups that win, win, win relentlessly weren’t profitable two or three years in the past. We aren’t there but, that’s clear. I felt it once we are on our lengthy unbeaten run and I really feel it now. We received quite a bit fallacious immediately.”