Published: Thu, November 01, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Frank Lampard demonstrates the respect he has for Chelsea with classy vow

Frank Lampard demonstrates the respect he has for Chelsea with classy vow

Derby assistant Jody Morris, victor of seven trophies in two seasons in charge of the Blues' under-18 and under-19 sides before leaving to team up with Lampard, also got his moment of appreciation at the final whistle.

A penalty shootout win over Manchester United - managed by Lampard's former mentor at Chelsea, Jose Mourinho - set up the tie at the Rams boss' former stomping ground.

GK Willy Caballero, 6 - Could do nothing about either of Derby's goals, but his distribution was poor and nothing about him inspired confidence in his defenders.

'I turned round thinking we'd got the foul, then looked back and they were in our box. Chelsea fans in the Matthew Harding upper and lower promptly replied with "Derby Derby, give us a goal".

The former England global has called time on his playing career and is now leading Derby towards a promotion push in the EFL Championship.

"I'm disappointed. I think we deserved a draw on chances created", Lampard said.

'This wasn't a night for Mason to run it as he has in other games.

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Andreas Christensen and Gary Cahill are also expected to be recalled in the middle of the back four with first choice pairing David Luiz and Antonio Rudiger given a breather ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Crystal Palace.

After scoring the fourth during Chelsea's 4-0 win over Burnley, Ruben Loftus-Cheek could be handed with another start for Sarri's side against the Rams. As a result, Chelsea have allowed Mount and Tomori to be available for selection by Derby to face them at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.

Predicted Derby County XI: Carson; Bogle, Tomori, Keogh, Forsyth; Wilson, Huddlestone; Waghorn, Mount, Lawrence; Nugent.

When the margins are so small at Chelsea right now, individual attributes are key and there's no competing when it comes to goals.

Yet while Derby were obliging, they always carried a potent threat of their own with Mount and Harry Wilson pesky. Zola later moved on as Chelsea had their most successful era in their history under new owner Roman Abramovich, following his lucrative 2003 takeover of the club. When it was all over, the abiding sense was of a man who will find himself walking through this particular front door again before too long, to take his place in one dugout or another.

And Zola suggested the stance Chelsea have taken on this occasion may not be repeated.

Interestingly, now Derby manager Lampard scored four goals that day, but will be hoping for less of the same come Wednesday - though goals are a guarantee.

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