- Frank Lampard has confirmed there was 'aggressive' talking among Chelsea players during first half break
- Chelsea went one goal down before sealing an epic comeback at Emirates Stadium
- The London derby saw Blues emerge victorious with 2-1 all thanks to Tammy Abraham and Jorginho
Chelsea boss, Frank Lampard, has opened the lid on what transpired behind the backdoor before Blues sealed an epic comeback victory over Arsenal.
The Europa winners went one goal down in the first half at Emirates Stadium after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's wonderful strike.
But they later emerged victorious with 2-1 win all thanks to Jorginho's equaliser and Tammy Abraham's later winner
Lampard has now confirmed that there was a dressing-room inquest among Blues star during the first half break.
According to UK sun quoting the Blues boss, Chelsea players engaged in 'a bit aggressive talking' in the dressing room which later motivated the London side to a narrow victory.
“Then the lads started talking and it was a bit aggressive which is a good thing," Lampard said.
“And the response was everything I wanted because we’ve been rightly been questioned after our recent games against Everton and Southampton.
“We showed today that we can have a right go and win a game with fighting spirit," the Blues boss further said.
Lampard also admitted Jorginho was lucky not to be sent off after brutal foul on Lucas Torreira before grabbing his team’s equaliser.
"It could certainly have been a second yellow and we might have struck a bit of luck with that one," Lampard said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Chelsea defender Tariq Lamptey has been hailed by the Blues' fans for his superb performance on Sunday evening, December 29, which helped the Stamford Bridge club beat Arsenal in EPL tie.
Arsenal would have themselves to blame for losing this encounter against Chelsea as they allowed the Blues to come from a goal down to steal the show.
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