According to Nezzar Kensella:
“It was the 19th Premier League goal Kepa has conceded from outside the penalty area since he joined Chelsea in 2018 – which more than any other goalkeeper during that time.
In addition, there were several unconvincing attempts to deal with set-piece deliveries, which only served to remind everyone why Lampard dropped Kepa twice last season, for Willy Caballero.
The Blues boss admirably tried to defend his first-choice goalkeeper after the game, as he knew full well that the club-record £71m ($91m) signing was in for another rough ride from the media.”
“I am happy with Kepa, I saw confidence in him,” he told SkySports. “He is here, he is our ‘keeper and I am happy with him.”
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