- Coach’s trip to former team ends in 4-1 humiliation
- Potter says using Sterling and Pulisic as wing-backs backfired
Graham Potter admitted he ended up looking “a bit of a fool” after his return to Brighton ended in a humiliating 4-1 defeat for Chelsea.
While Potter said he had no reason to apologise after Brighton’s fans gave him a hostile reception at the Amex Stadium, he said his decision to use Raheem Sterling and Christian Pulisic as wing-backs had backfired. Chelsea were 3-0 down at half-time and Brighton, who targeted Pulisic and Sterling, could celebrate their first win under Roberto De Zerbi.
Written by Jacob Steinberg at the Amex Stadium
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