Chelsea manger Mauricio Pochettino has apologized to the Chelsea supporters after they suffered a painful loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon.

The Blues had taken an early lead through Cole Palmer but they were punished on the counter for easily giving away possession in dangerous areas to make it easy for Wolves to record 4-2 win.

Mauricio Pochettino believes the nerves and the tension of the game got to his players, making it a difficult match to control, and issued an apology to the supporters for the performance and the result.

“When we scored we hadn’t started the game badly, but when we conceded the first goal we suffered with the impact, started to feel nervous and we didn’t manage the stress.

When we conceded two own goals from deflections, it was difficult to manage the team, the stress, and the energy dropped.

We went to half-time and then in the second half we had some chances to score to make it 2-2, but then we conceded a third goal and it was really tough.

The feeling on the pitch was difficult for the players to deal with and to manage the situation.

I am so disappointed, we need to change this feeling, and I apologize to the fans. I say thank you to the fans who kept going to the end helping the team and supporting the team.”


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