Peter Crouch tells Graham Potter the Chelsea gamers he ought to tackle after draw in first recreation in charge

Graham Potter has obtained to construct self belief in his Chelsea players, with the likes of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Hakim Ziyech truly missing in that department, believes Peter Crouch.
Potter took charge of the Blues for the first time on Wednesday night, but had to settle for a disappointing 1-1 draw with RB Salzburg at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea dominated the recreation but should no longer kill it off, in spite of Raheem Sterling putting them ahead in the 2nd half. Noah Okafor equalised with 15 minutes to play and the Blues spurned a handful of possibilities to go ahead earlier than the last whistle.
Aubameyang began the sport and didn’t make a contribution a large amount, whilst Ziyech came on in the 2nd half and appeared dangerous however could no longer make the difference.
Crouch thinks these two, and different players, are struggling for confidence and that is what Potter should address.
‘Some positives,’ Crouch told BT Sport. ‘But Champions League against Salzburg at domestic you’d be anticipated to win that game. They had probabilities to do that.
‘There’s a bit of a lack of confidence in positive players. Ziyech when he come on, you ought to see his shoulders are down. Aubameyang as well over the final two games.
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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has had a slow start to his career at Chelsea (Picture: Getty Images)

‘I suppose there’s a few gamers struggling with a lack of self assurance and that’s some thing he really needs to address.’
Former Chelsea winger Joe Cole additionally picked out Ziyech, whilst also suggesting two different substitutes, Christian Pulisic and Armando Broja are struggling with confidence.
‘There’s a series of players in this squad who are no longer in their nice confidence. Confidence is something you’ve got to construct up. Work challenging in training, do the right things, it will come back,’ said Cole.

‘Ziyech is one of them, Pulisic any other one not at their very fine form. Broja is a young lad who’s going to be nervous, it’s a big step up from Southampton.’
Kai Havertz may want to without difficulty have been tarred with the equal brush right here after another nameless overall performance from the German.

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