“It is a painful one” – Potter reveals why Chelsea lost 4-1 to Brighton

“It is a painful one” – Potter reveals why Chelsea lost 4-1 to Brighton

Graham Potter, the manager of Chelsea, called Saturday’s 4-1 loss to Brighton “painful.”

After leaving for Stamford Bridge, Potter returned to the Amex and lost just seven weeks later.

Before Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Moses Chalobah and their two own goals, Leandro Trossard scored the game’s first goal.

Despite Kai Havertz’s goal, Pascal Gross made it three goals for Brighton.

After the game, Potter said: “Yes, of course, the score and the defeat are unpleasant. We didn’t actually get better.

“Once the crowd became so involved, it became challenging for us. The final score was hurtful. Brighton played well, particularly in the opening period.

Goals can always be viewed with the possibility of improvement. In the first half, we need to assume a little more accountability. There is no justification for the amount of football we have seen. We were unable to quite reach that level. We missed our chances to attack, and they did.

“We had other chances to attack them as well, but either we missed the pass or failed to follow through, so the final score was a bitter one. Even after a defeat, you can always improve.

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