‘Not good enough’: Graham Potter’s verdict on Chelsea’s first half at Forest | Chelsea

Graham Potter has admitted that Chelsea’s first-half performance was “not good enough” in the 1-1 draw at Nottingham Forest.

Chelsea have picked up 15 points from Potter’s 10 Premier League games and the head coach criticised the pace of his players’ passing and movement as they failed to build on Raheem Sterling’s opener. He refused to accept that Chelsea had been “bullied” by Forest, however, as the promoted team came from behind to deserve the point gained by Serge Aurier’s second-half equaliser.

Potter said of the first half: “Our performance level wasn’t good…

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