Graham Potter’s tactical tinkering comes back to bite Chelsea in Brighton defeat

After putting on the best show of the Graham Potter era to see off Red Bull Salzburg in midweek, Chelsea swiftly followed it up with the worst as they were absolutely trounced by his former employers, Brighton.

Chelsea have taken the Seagulls’ manager, assistant, goalkeeper coach, recruitment analyst, first-team coach and left centre-back, and they’re soon to add Brighton’s head of recruitment to their ranks as well, but they still looked light years behind here as they fell to a 4-1 defeat.

With Potter’s nine-game unbeaten run now over, questions will be asked of just what went wrong, and…


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