Chelsea have tasted their fifth back-to-back defeat under Frank Lampard.
The Blues are winless in all competitions since March 11 and have lost 2-0 against Brentford at Stamford Bridge last night.
Chelsea now remains stranded in the 11th position in the top-flight and a top-four finish is definitely out of the picture.
Frank Lampard is Chelsea’s third manager this season after Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter and there’s no doubt the Chelsea legend would be shown the exit this summer.
The 44-year-old manager was then asked about how he feels about his squad being booed by Chelsea fans.
“I’ve no problem with that, completely understand it,” Lampard told BBC Sport.
“I know these fans very well and they stick by their team. They feel down because they are used to success and they want that success all the time as we all do. I absolutely understand it, we as players and staff have to take it on the chin because they want results.
“I can say to the fans now that the players are showing application. Brentford had one shot on target and scored two goals, that kind of says it all.”
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