Chelsea's season hit a new low as they suffered a 2-0 defeat to Brentford at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday, marking their fifth successive loss in all competitions. This is the first time the Blues have lost five games in a row in 30 years. The five losses have all come under the management of Frank Lampard, who returned for his second spell as manager on April 3rd. Lampard is Chelsea's third manager this season, after Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter. The defeat was met with boos from the few fans remaining in the stadium at full-time. Lampard acknowledged the fans' frustration and stated that the players are showing application despite the results.
Frank Lampard expressed his understanding of Chelsea fans' frustration after the team's fifth successive loss. The latest defeat was against Brentford at Stamford Bridge, marking the first time in 30 years that Chelsea has lost five games in a row in all competitions. Lampard, who is in his second spell as manager, had already set an unwanted record of becoming the first Chelsea manager in the club's history to lose his first four games in charge. Despite his players showing application, Lampard acknowledged the fans' desire for success and results.