Chelsea manager Graham Potter would have been disappointed with the way his side let West Ham back into the game at the weekend.
The Blues started the derby at the London Stadium strongly and could have been out of sight in the first 30 minutes but a goal against the run of the play dented the team’s confidence.
When players haven’t won in a while, that can happen, but Potter will be looking to focus on the positives from the performance. He’ll be hoping for a similarly strong start when they face Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday evening.
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