Frank Lampard Chelsea who suffered a back to back defeats against Wolves and Everton in their premier league clash bounced back against West Ham United on Monday night with a 3-0 win at home to move into fifth spot in the table.
Chelsea’s premier league title challenge was asked questions after two consecutive defeats last week against Everton and Wolves, but a victory and a clean sheet against a tricky Hammers at the London Stadium erase every doubt as Frank Lampard’s men send a clear message to league leaders and champions, Liverpool that they are still very much in the title race.
Chelsea’s newest signing from PSG Thiago Silva open the scoring for Chelsea with a powerful header before Tammy Abraham scored double quickfire goals as Chelsea beat West Ham 3-0 to reignite their Premier League challenge.
Speaking to BBC after the match, Lampard said;
“It was nice to see that at the end because we had a period at 1-0 where it was tough, we dealt with that well
“We dropped off slightly and it was important tonight we came back, there were loads of things for the team to show their character — we want more.
“Christmas has been changed for everybody this year. For the lads we just have to prepare for Arsenal, it’s a busy time of year for us.” Lampard told the BBC.
Earlier, Burnley beat Wolves 2-1 to climb out of the Premier League’s relegation zone, thanks to goals from Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood.