Frank Lampard almost made a triumphant return to Chelsea after seeing his Derby side equalise twice before eventually losing 3-2 at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday. The former Chelsea player who now coach Derby County had first defeated his former coach, Jose Mourinho, at Old Trafford during Derby’s match against Manchester United before setting up a date with his former side.
The Blues ran away with a 3-2 win at Stamford Bridge with Chelsea scoring only once with their other two goals being an own goal from Derby County.
The former Chelsea player who was interviewed by journalists at the end of the match revealed that he is not upset about the result as he felt his side gave a spirited display against the Blues.
What he said below:
””I’m not upset. The pride in my side overshadows the result. I’m quite emotional and all I can say is thank you to the Chelsea fans. It means so much to me, especially being the team I played for, support and love.”