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Chelsea’s Humiliation at Stamford Bridge by Brighton: What Went Wrong?

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Chelsea's Humiliation at Stamford Bridge by Brighton What Went Wrong

Chelsea’s season has been a nightmare, and their recent loss to Brighton at Stamford Bridge only added to their humiliation.

This defeat was particularly painful for the new ownership, who have spent £600 million on the team.

Brighton and Hove Albion, who have already beaten Chelsea once this season, completed the league double over them with a sophisticated dismantling of the team.

Chelsea’s third manager this season, Frank Lampard, called for tenacity from his team, but they were outplayed all over the pitch.

The away support taunted Lampard, and even compared him unfavorably to the recently departed Graham Potter.

Watching from the expensive seats, co-owner Todd Boehly must have wondered why his club had not signed some of Brighton’s outstanding performers.

The loss was a blow to Chelsea’s confidence ahead of their monumental task of clawing back a two-goal lead from Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-final second leg.

Meanwhile, Brighton looked ready to take on the reigning champions of Europe.

Conor Gallagher scored the first goal with a hefty deflection off Lewis Dunk, and Brighton finished the game ten points better off than Chelsea.

The gulf between the two teams was nowhere more evident than on the pitch at Stamford Bridge.

This article was updated 2 days ago


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