Published: Thu, November 01, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Frank Lampard demonstrates the respect he has for Chelsea with classy vow

Frank Lampard demonstrates the respect he has for Chelsea with classy vow

The Blues took the lead in the opening five minutes after Fikayo Tomori, on loan from Chelsea, scored an own goal.

Nevertheless, of the two, it is Mount who can be more pleased with his performance, leaving Stamford Bridge with an assist - a wonderfully weighted cross for Martyn Waghorn to score Derby's second - and several knowing nods of approval from the home faithful as he twisted and turned away from pressure and fizzed the ball left and right from his advanced spot in midfield.

DF Davide Zappacosta, 6 - Provided two assists with unsafe crosses, though it's hard to know how much credit to give him when they both found Derby players.

"There were a couple of big moments at the end when Richard Keogh and David Nugent almost scored, but he'll be so proud of his team with the way they played and the way they passed the ball", Redknapp told Sky Sports.

Unlike in the Premier League, League Cup rules allow for teams in the competition to make such agreements for players to appear against their parent clubs.

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has made eight changes to the side which thrashed Burnley 4-0 in the Premier League on Sunday.

"This wasn't a game for Mason to run because he's against Chelsea, against [N'Golo] Kante, [Mateo] Kovavic and Fabregas", Lampard added.

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Ryen Anderson, 10, who was also on Meghan's team, added: "Meghan was asking us how to throw and we said it doesn't matter". Hugs are very important, I keep saying that to my children'.

DF Gary Cahill, 5 - His relative lack of comfort in possession and mobility are the main reasons why he has spent so much time on the bench this season, and Derby targeted the limitations in his game with their fast attack.

Yet while Derby were obliging, they always carried a potent threat of their own with Mount and Harry Wilson pesky.

But Lampard is eager to see Hazard sit out Wednesday's clash at Stamford Bridge as he returns to west London as a manager for the first time.

Ross Barkley and Ruben Loftus-Cheek started the season on the sidelines but the former Everton man has three goals in four and the academy graduate has four in his last two.

The Premier League giants moved into the EFL Cup quarter-finals after the tight win at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday. This was not how he had envisaged scoring his first Chelsea goal in front of the Shed End.

Attention now turns back to league action this weekend and the manager wants his side to continue the good form built up. Scott Carson couldn't keep out Cesc Fabregas' low-effort, but the visitors felt that Alvaro Morata was blocking his view in an offside position, and that Tom Lawrence was fouled in the build-up to the goal. "So we didn't have control of the game". Chelsea won 6-1 on that occasion as the Rams were on they way back down to the Championship.

"There wasn't a tear in the eye, but it was emotional, " Lampard said.

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