Frank Lampard has created the worst record ever in the 118-year history of the Chelsea club.
Chelsea had to receive a 0-2 defeat at home when welcoming Real Madrid in the second leg of this year’s Champions League quarter-final. Just six days earlier, Chelsea had suffered a defeat with the same score in the Spanish capital.
Lampard’s second Chelsea debut ended in a defeat at Wolves’ Molineux in the Premier League. Last weekend, Chelsea also played completely underdog and received a deserved defeat against Brighton at Stamford Bridge.
This is not the first time Chelsea have lost four consecutive matches in all competitions. The last time they experienced such a dark period was in November 1993. But no manager has started at Chelsea worse than Frank Lampard with four consecutive defeats.
The last match against Real was the 18th time that Chelsea failed to score this season. This is their most defeats since the 1980/81 season.
These results prolong Lampard’s disastrous season on an individual basis. The former England international was sacked by Everton earlier. He left Goodison Park when the team was standing at the bottom of the table in the Premier League.
Everton then appointed Sean Dyche and climbed out of the relegation group. Obviously the results that Lampard brings to the teams are really worrying. In the last 17 matches in charge, Lampard has lost 14 matches, drawn 2 and won only 1.