In order to get out of their Premier League crisis, Christian Pulisic has called for Chelsea FC to display character. In a 3-1 loss to Manchester City on Sunday, the Blues suffered their fourth defeat in six league matches, with all goals coming inside the first 35 minutes.
Boss Frank Lampard has admitted that as the defeat to City added to defeats to Everton, Wolves and Arsenal, the burden on his future will increase. Pic.twitter.com/8DI4tL7Ub4- Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 4, 2021 U.S. striker Pulisic acknowledged that he and his Chelsea teammates must now struggle to develop and quickly improve their recent form. Pulisic said, “We’re in a difficult period, it’s going to happen to everyone and we’ve been in those situations ourselves,” Next week we have a game where we need to start to turn things around because we need to quickly start getting results,”We have a game next week where we need to start turning it around because we need to start getting results quickly,” “Kevin De Bruyne celebrates his goal (Andy Rain/PA) “It’s not going to be easy, but now we need to demonstrate character. “We have a few games coming up where we need to get our act together quickly and start getting a run of results. “Ilkay Gundogan, Phil Foden and Kevin De Bruyne shot City to a well justified 3-0 half-time lead. Chelsea was away from the mark, with the defense unit desperately trying to address the issues on the ground, still looking clueless. A late goal for the Blues, scored by @Calteck10! 1-3 [90+2 ‘] #CHEMCI pic.twitter.com/AAuiIHqHlP- Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 3, 2021 A late consolation goal was scored by Callum Hudson-Odoi, but as Pulisic admitted, the harm was done before the break. With a lot of counter-attacking scenarios, we conceded goals and we were not prepared to stop that, so the first half really let us down,”We conceded goals with a lot of counter-attacking situations and we weren’t prepared to stop that, so the first half really let us down,”They were able to beat us on some transitions where we needed to defend better and be a bit cleverer, and then we allowed them to dictate the game tempo. “They were able to beat us on some transitions where we needed to defend better and be a bit cleverer, and then we allowed them to dictate the tempo of the game. ” De Bruyne, a Belgian star, served as a false nine and admitted he needed time to get used to the role: “It was a bit bizarre at the beginning,” De Bruyne told City’s website. How’re you going, guys? “I’ve done this a few times in my career, but the head coach asked me to do this job, so I tried to do it as well as I could and it’s good that we won it this way. “I’ve done this a few times in my career, but the head coach asked me to do this job, so I tried to do it as well as I could and it’s great that we won it this way. I think we have won these big games in the years we’ve been champions. “I think in the years we’ve been champions, we’ve won these big games. ” “We’re fighting a tough battle, but we’re getting closer and that’s the only thing we can do right now.”