A 79th minute header from Burnley’s Matej Vydra shocked Premier League leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday as the edges drew 1-1.
The aim was the primary Chelsea have conceded this season from open play.
“After all I am disillusioned. If we performed this recreation 100 occasions, we would win 99 occasions. As we speak we did not win it. The second aim would have determined it. It is all the time attainable you miss one ball, one cross, and this could occur,” Chelsea supervisor Thomas Tuchel stated after the sport.
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“It is our fault. We should always have scored. We created so many possibilities.
“You’ve got the opponent the place you need to have them. You create so many possibilities. We allow them to imagine it was attainable to steal a degree by pure luck and that is what occurred.
“This isn’t the primary recreation like this and will not be the final. I used to be impressed by the efficiency, the perspective, the standard. It is soccer, it was towards us in the present day.”
Chelsea had dominated possession all through the match with Nick Pope frequently being name on to make spectacular saves.
Nevertheless, Kai Havertz’s first-half strike was the one factor that separated the edges.
Reece James floated a cross into the field on 33 minutes which Havertz headed into the online.
Burnley had few alternatives to assault however solely wanted one to search out their equaliser.
Jay Rodriguez nodded a cross down into Vydra’s path and he hit it into the online from the centre of the field.