Thomas Tuchel was far from happy on Sunday afternoon.
His Chelsea side were unable to get the job done at Goodison Park and lost 1-0 to Everton, loosening their grip on third place and potentially a top-four finish.
The Blues had a number of chances to at least salvage a draw but one mistake proved costly and they were punished by a driven Toffees side.
The Chelsea boss was so angry he barely addressed his players as he walked across the pitch and headed down the tunnel.
Speaking to the media after the defeat, Tuchel explained how he felt.
The German said he was ‘disappointed‘ and that there was nothing he could do to stop his side from making costly errors that are leading to goals.
Just days after N’Golo Kante handed Manchester United a lifeline in the 1-1 draw, captain Cesar Azpilicueta was at fault for Richarlison’s winner.
Tuchel also explained why he kept Romelu Lukaku on the bench.
Chelsea could consider them unlucky against Everton on Sunday.
Though the expected goals went against them, it was only Jordan Pickford’s heroics which prevented them from finding the back of the net.
Pundit Graeme Souness believes that the lack of goals on Sunday is down to a problem with the attackers at Stamford Bridge and the number of goals they have scored over the course of the season.
The former Liverpool player did not hold back when addressing Chelsea’s strikers after the final whistle.