Suara.com – Interim Chelsea coach Frank Lampard is confident his side can overcome a two-goal deficit against Real Madrid in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final and insists that “special moments” can happen at Stamford Bridge.
Real Madrid won 2-0 over Chelsea in the first leg which was held at the Santiago Bernabeu, Thursday (13/4/2023) early morning WIB, thanks to goals from Karim Benzema and Marco Asensio, but Lampard believes his team can turn things around when they play the second leg at home at Stamford Bridge next week.
“I just said to the players that special things can happen at Stamford Bridge (second leg), a magical night in our stadium. They are a very good team, but we have to believe,” Lampard said as reported by Reuters on Thursday.
Chelsea are currently going through a difficult period, they haven’t scored a goal in their last four games across all competitions and Lampard has one week to try and restore confidence in his side’s attack.
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“It’s been a difficult period for the players and I think there is a bit of confidence,” said the 44-year-old coach.
Lampard is Chelsea’s top scorer in the club’s history. He could be the right person to restore the sharpness of the Blues attack line.
“They have to understand how good they are and what they can do. We have to be much more positive in what we do,” said the legendary Chelsea attacking midfielder.