On Friday night, Chelsea hosted Fulham at Stamford Bridge. It was a close game, with the visitors taking the lead in the first half after making some risky moves.
In the first 30 minutes, the Blues had the best chance to take the lead through Kai Havertz. Let’s take a look at the three Chelsea players who are to blame for Fulham not winning the first half.
January’s signing Chelsea’s Mykhaylo Mudryk made his Premier League debut. The 22-year-old attacker was missing for the majority of the first half and did not create space for his teammates to find him with a pass.
Kai Havertz was largely to blame for the Blues’ best opportunity to take the lead in the first half. In the first half, the German superstar was arguably the worst player.
Hakim Ziyech is also to blame for possession losses in the final third. He also did not create a scoring opportunity.