Lampard admits shock at a decision by the referee that may have favored Chelsea

Everton defeated Chelsea 1-0 at Goodison Park, giving Frank Lampard revenge on his previous team.

Lampard expressed his amazement at the match official’s decision to extend the game by seven minutes, and he expressed his relief that Chelsea did not take advantage of the lengthy extra time.

“Seven minutes added on was a bit of a surprise!” Lampard told Sky Sports.

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“Difficult. They’re usually a squad that puts you under a lot of strain late in the game. We performed admirably. Today’s man of the match was the team, the stadium, and the spectators. From the initial drive through the assistance that we require. They are to be commended.

“The fans are right in the thick of it.” I’m glad the players were able to witness what it means to the supporters on the way in. They are aware of and comprehend this. They rallied behind us, acting aggressively; this must be a difficult place to enter. Goodison’s results were fantastic before I arrived, and we need to keep them up.”

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