Graham Potter has admitted that his Chelsea aspect are in a ‘dangerous second’ and wish to make use of the World Cup break to regroup, following a 1-0 defeat away at Newcastle that noticed the Blues fall to eighth within the Premier League desk.
After a vivid begin to life at Stamford Bridge, Potter’s aspect have struggled in latest video games and are actually with no win in 5 video games, highlighting a severely rocky patch of late.
Chelsea‘s performances have been disjointed and missing in attacking punch, whereas Potter’s workforce alternatives have come below scrutiny.
Chatting with Sky Sports activities after the sport, Potter stated: “First half, I believed there have been too many unforced errors. Newcastle play with big depth, they’re in an excellent second and you may see the distinction between the 2 groups by way of the schedules that each of us have had by way of operating energy and depth.
“They began the second half nicely, pushed us again and we needed to alter issues just a little bit then.
“We bought again into it, however then they scored after which it is troublesome as a result of it was a comparatively tight sport.”
The environment round Chelsea appears greater than just a little bleak at current, however Potter refused to dwell on the outcome and stated his aspect would merely should press on.
“It is not good for us, we’re in a foul second and we have to lick our wounds,” he admitted.
“We’ll use the break to recharge, regroup and go once more.”