Thomas Tuchel furious with players after yesterday’s draw against Wolves.
Romelu Lukaku put Chelsea in a 2-0 lead with his brace but the team was stranded with two goals by the visitors in the dying minutes of the game.
The German manager was not happy with how his players threw the victory away.
Tuchel said: “It’s about the structure and where you lose the ball.
“The opponent takes a crazy approach because they have nothing to lose and we could not score the third goal. The pass is missing, the dribbling is wrong, the decision is wrong.
“So at some point we played like we were 2-0 down rather than 2-0 up.
“I need to watch it again, but it was a lack of execution of discipline and execution of the match plan throughout a whole half and we get punished for it.
“At half-time, I reminded the team to stick to the plan with more discipline, we did this and we were 2-0 up and again we took too many risks. We invited big chances and then you lose confidence and you allow the opponents to smell something is possible when it’s absolutely unnecessary.”