The Red Devils front three along with Bruno Fernandes are easily playing some of the finest attacking football in the Premier League right now the Chelsea boss Lampard has admitted the fact that his players will have to sweat it out on Sunday.
‘We know they’re playing well,’ he told in his press conference. ‘They have a very potent front three, possibly the most potent front three in the country on pure numbers anyway and obviously [Bruno] Fernandes has made a big difference since arriving in January.
‘You see the vitality that’s brought to their team with individual quality but we know that.
‘We have to be optimistic in ourselves, deal with their threats, and bother about us as well.’
There’s no denying that if the likes of Rashford, Martial, and Fernandes can find their rhythm early on during the match then the Blues will be in big trouble at Wembley.
But while talking about this matter, Lampard has also hinted that he could try and dispute fire with fire(Christian Pulisic).
Frank Lampard added: ‘Coming to the Premier League is very hard because of the physical nature of the league. We have to remember how young Pulisic is and also the summer that he had.
‘I think he found those physical demands pretty tough in the beginning and now you’re seeing him pact with those favorable.
‘A lot of that is a credit to himself and how he’s approached it – he’s worked with our stability and overhauling coach Adam Burrows, who’s tremendous, but they’ve worked together so it’s Pulisic who has to take on that commitment and he has.
‘Physically that’s helped him but it’s also just his talent is coming through. Looking ahead, I want to see more of what he’s shown in current times which is goals and assists because that’s what the best in the world do in that position. I feel he has the potential to do that as he enhances and that can be the edge as his game moves on levels.’
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