Manchester United player Paul Scholes has verbally come for two Chelsea centre-backs Kurt Zouma and Fikayo Tomori for being nervous on the pitch in their match against Manchester City during their premier league match on Saturday.
He also expressed concern that Frank Lampard would get frustrated at some point if his team cannot convert excellent performance into wins, especially when competing with big teams.
The goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez placed Manchester City's side at three points against Chelsea at the Etihad stadium. Only N'Golo Kante was able to salvage the Chelsea side by scoring a goal.
Chelsea keeps playing with big clubs, and they perform well but find it difficult to score goals. Scholes thinks Chelsea's side has quality, but they have something missing, he told Premier League's official website. He charged Lampard to find a way to solve the problem of his club and adequately harness the talents in his players.
Scholes is more worried about the two centre-halves because he feels they are not good enough.