– Mason Mount has been hailed by Chelsea fans for his brilliant game against Leicester City
– The Blues were defeated by the Foxes and they are now occupying eight on the League table
– Frank Lampard is now under serious pressure for him to deliver at Stamford Bridge
English professional footballer Mason Mount who currently plays for Premier League side Chelsea has been exonerated by fans for their defeat against Leicester City.
Leicester City were in their best form on Tuesday night, January 19, as Nigerian midfielder Wilfred Ndidi scored the first goal for them in their perfect win over Chelsea.
Despite making big signings before the start of the ongoing Premier League season, Frank Lampard and his wards have only won two League ties out of their last 8 fixtures.
This current situation at Stamford Bridge has put manager Frank Lampard under serious pressure and there have been talks of the side sacking the Englishman.
According to the report on Daily Star, Mason Mount is the only Chelsea player who convinced the Blues’ fans with incredible performance against Leicester City.
The Englishman has featured in all but two games this season for the Blues, scoring three goals and making six assists in all competitions.
And it was his goal that secured a hard-fought win against Fulham to ease pressure on Frank Lampard.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are currently occupying eight position on the Premier League table and the Blues will face Luton Town in their next game which will be in the FA Cup.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Frank Lampard who is the handler of Premier League side Chelsea confirmed his readiness to help German striker Timo Werner find his rhythm this season for the Blues in all competitions.
The 24-year-old star is one of the biggest signings for Chelsea before the start of the ongoing Premier League season, but he has not been impressive since he got to Stamford Bridge.
In his last ten Premier League games for Chelsea, Timo Werner has not been able to score any goal for Chelsea which has brought comparison between him and former striker Torres.
Torres also had serious troubled time at Chelsea when he got to Stamford Bridge even though the Spaniard won the Champions League title.
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