Frank Lampard wins first match as Chelsea manager

Chelsea manager

Chelsea manager frank Lampard  was delighted watching his Chelsea side claim all three point in the Premier League in Norfolk.

Two goals from Tammy Abraham and one from Mason Mount secured all three point for the blues.

The newly promoted side fought back twice to equalise, but Lampard still sees a lot of room for improvement.

"It was tough test, he said. Norwich will get a lot of points here at home and give teams hard games because they are very good side. We played really well and I felt there were a lot of really good elements to our game so I'm pleased, especially with it being the first win as well.

" We conceded two goals that we shouldn't  be giving away, particularly the second one which I didn't like . we need to be more clinical because we could have taken the game away from Norwich and avoided the nervy last five minutes.

"We got what we deserved today but it could have been more comfortable.
Chelsea boss also praised Chelsea Academy graduates after fielding the youngest Blues team in the league for 25 years, though he was quick to share the praise throughout the group emphasising the collective effort behind today's win.

" I knew we were young and I'm really pleased for them particularly Tammy because those are his fist goals for us,
Lampard continued. "He's starting  and competing so it's great for him to score twice and a winning goal as well.

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