Chelsea's Frank Lampard annoyed & # 39; s Derby League and in the League Cup on Wednesday despite the efforts of their team first division of Chelsea to recover from the defeat Halloween.
Maurizio Sarri's side have become the most influential club in the last three with a 3-2 win, scoring five goals in the first half, when they also won at Arsenal, Tottenham and Middlesbrough.
Two different mistakes occurred at Stamford Bridge from Fikayo Tomori – on loan from Chelsea and Richard Keogh at both sides of the Jackie Equatorial Guinea 2-1.
However, Lampard's side quickly went into the first half after Martyn Waghorn before Cesc Fabregas returned to the Premier League.
Lampard, one of Chelsea's main players, felt his side deserved a draw for the opportunity but said he was a lucky man who enjoyed playing.
"The difference between the two teams has scored three goals … we actually scored four goals and not?" He criticized me because I'm happy, "he told Sky Sports." Speaking to their staff, they say we're playing well.
"I respect the club, I do not talk about this club, I am proud of my players."
The 40-year-old England midfielder welcomed his return for the first time he returned to Stamford Bridge as a manager, moving to the atmosphere before the start of the season.
The loss suffered by his side's defeat at Old Trafford in Jose Mourinho's past Jose Mourinho's last game, was furious that he sees the club's mistakes, making it difficult.
Timori managed to nail in the fifth minute, smashing a hat-trick as he tried to talk to Davide Zappacosta.
One in the second half, fuel hit twice during Keogh's failure to meet other Zappacosta supplies, which did not go straight into the ball.
But the visitors have played a great part in the first half of the game, looking for a goal and returning to a top-class display before Fabregas scored the winner.
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Keogh had the opportunity to change his old style, but Willy Caballero saved a penalty and David Nugent struck in the 89th minute, but Lampard took his head with confusion.
Former Chelsea and Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri looked at the stadiums, there was a moment of laughter before Leicester's Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha match, which was shot dead on Saturday.
Ten of Arsenal's men have been paired with Blackpool ahead of their last 2-1 win, with goals from Stefan Lichtsteiner and Emile Smith-Rowe.
Two goals from Son Heung and Fernando Llorente hit Tottenham for 3-1 in West Ham while Middlesbrough beat Crystal Palace 1-0.
On Tuesday, Burton Albion and Bournemouth came out in the quarter-finals while Premier League leaders Manchester City play Fulham on Thursday.
Arsenal's quarter-final clash against Spurs, while Chelsea play Bournemouth and Middlesbrough at Burton. Leicester or Southampton will play either Manchester City or Fulham.