“We are not happy of course, we dropped two points and we didn’t play well,” Kepa Arrizabalaga told the official Chelsea website after the 1-1 draw with Brighton.
“In both games, at home and here, we scored first and were in a good position to control the game, but they played a very physical game, one against one in all the pitch.
“It’s not easy to control the game against Brighton. You have space behind the line, you have a chance to go one against one, but in the same way they have those chances.”
“It was a very open game. We had to create more chances. We had opportunities near the box to go one against one, to shoot, and maybe that’s something we have to improve.”
With the amount of chances Chelsea did create on Tuesday, they are arguably lucky to take a point against Brighton.
The Blues now have one win in seven last Premier League games, dropping further away from Man City and in real risk of getting involved in a scrap for the top four.