Jason Cundy has ripped into Chelsea’s ‘pathetic’ display in their 3-2 defeat at West Ham on Wednesday night.
The former Blues defender watched on in dismay as his side conceded a late winner from Andriy Yarmolenko to cap off a woeful performance.
The Blues were arguably fortunate not to go behind early on as Tomas Soucek’s first strike was controversially ruled out by VAR.
Willian then put Chelsea in front, only for Soucek to net again in stoppage time at the end of the first half.
“We nearly went in at half-time at 1-0,” Cundy said on the talkSPORT Sports Bar.
“I think they’re unlucky to have the first goal ruled off.
“I mean, look, they scored four goals tonight. We scored two set pieces.
“We were pathetic. Honestly, I am so disappointed in what I saw tonight. Nothing.
“We’ve got what we deserved, we’ve got what we deserved today.
“I’m sorry, it was a poor display.
“West Ham, tactically, they played the game that they wanted to play.
“And it’s up to Chelsea to play that game that we want to play.
“Over 90 minutes, West Ham scored four goals – even though one was disallowed – Chelsea scored two, and two set pieces.
“Nothing was created in open play, that’s gonna disappoint Frank.”