Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard has called for more personality from his players after his side’s Premier League 1-1 draw with Leicester City on Sunday.
Mason Mount gave the Blues the lead via his first competitive goal for the club, with the midfielder netting early on after dispossessing Leicester’s Wilfred Ndidi, before coolly finishing into the bottom corner.
Ndidi, however, equalized for the visitors as both sides shared the points at Stamford Bridge.
“We have to have more personality, we saw that in midweek, but today we didn’t have that,” the 41-year-old told Sky Sports.
Lampard added: “It was a really good start, fantastic, and we could’ve been two or three goals up.
“We can only look ourselves. In all our matches I have been delighted in big passages of having the ball but we didn’t have enough angles or options to keep the ball moving.”
Chelsea will now tackle Norwich City in their next Premier League fixture on August 24.