Frank Lampard insists he has no issue with Edouard Mendy communicating in French to his Chelsea defenders after watching his new signing keep a clean sheet in Saturday’s resounding win over Crystal Palace.
Second half goals from Ben Chilwell and Kurt Zouma, allied to a brace of penalties from Jorginho, helped Chelsea bounce back from their midweek Carabao Cup defeat against Tottenham.
Mendy made his debut against Spurs and was unable to play the starring role in a disappointing penalty shootout loss that was ultimately settled by Mason Mount’s costly miss.
The Senegal international was hardly troubled on his Premier League bow with Roy Hodgson’s obdurate side unable to muster a shot on target. (Metro)