Lampard uncovers that he had really asked Mason Mount to shoot all the more regularly.
"I have enormous regard for him [De Gea] as a goalkeeper, individuals consistently focus on goalkeepers when they make mistakes. I asked Mason [Mount] to strike through the ball more and you need to strike through it against top goalkeepers," Frank Lampard has said to the media following the 3-1 win over Man United.
David de Gea has just finished in excess of 400 appearances for the Red Devils, yet his unpleasant mix-ups frequent him.
Anyway, it's hard not to concede that both Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof were answerable for Chelsea's subsequent goal. The middle backs abandoned covering Mason Mount at the hour of the shot and followed through on the cost.
A few fans have reacted to respond to the post and here are some collection of some interesting remarks:
2 goalkeeping mistakes not 1, David made sure there was no coming back.
Frank's gonna say that when de gea just give Chelsea the ticket to final I know most of our players were poor but De geas performance was totally unacceptable.
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