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Thiago Silva Will Do Well At Chelsea Despite EPL Debut – Lampard

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SIlva ThiagoChelsea boss, Frank Lampard has come out to say that he believes Thiago Silva will do well at Stamford Bridge eventually.

This is coming after the Brazilian defender’s bad debut away to West Bromwich Albion recently.

According to him, even if Silva looked extremely uncomfortable during the game, he feels he would bounce back from that quickly.

He added that Thiago Silva will end us as a fantastic for Chelsea because he has enjoyed an incredible career thus far.

His words, “Thiago Silva is going to be fantastic for us. He has been incredible in his career and absolutely, I will not look at him,”

“I can talk about the misses, they are clear and I am open and honest about that. We are a team but we have to react around that and, to be fair, the team did in the second half. But, there is nothing on Thiago, I am sure he will stand up and say it was a mistake.

“But other than that, I thought he was pretty faultless in the game. That’s his first Premier League game done and in the bank. We will get a lot more from him as well especially as he gets fitter and as the whole squad get fitter.”

“It was three defensive mistakes for three goals. They scored with their three attempts on target, which made it very difficult.”

“We controlled the game other than that. We had some chances and the question was how much character would we come out with second half. I always felt we could do it, but it is still two points lost.

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“There was a lack of urgency in our game. We can move the ball quicker, the movement of the ball was slow in the first half. When we started to move it quicker and cut through them we became more dangerous.”

“It needed a couple of changes, both players who came on did that. There were positives in our performance.

“But I would be stupid to say we can make three mistakes, give ourselves a mountain to climb and be happy with that.

“We have to accept the fact that this is a process in real time.”

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