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Former Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino has revealed his concern about Chelsea’s lack of goals from the forward players.
According to Cascarino, there’s a lack of goals from the Chelsea front men, and the former Blue criticised Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Raheem Sterling for having an off day against Manchester United.
“I think Graham Potter is going to be bothered about the ability of his forward line to get goals,” Cascarino said.
“Aubameyang has not really got going yet, yes he’s had a couple of moments but he was totally off the pace yesterday. Sterling isn’t playing particularly well either, he’s running into defenders more often than not.
“These are top players and players you expect so much more from. Chelsea don’t look like they’ve got goals in them.
“They’ve lost Reece James who is a big outlet for them but generally they don’t look like they’ve got goals in them.”
Cascarino also didn’t fail to point out goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.
The Spaniard has been in fine form recently, but failed to keep out a dying minute Casemiro header, and Cascarino believes he should have done better.
“The goal is a hard one to swallow because Kepa has played really well of late,” Cascarino added.
“I’m not sure he’s covered himself in glory with the goal.
“It was a good header but I think Kepa should have done better, he was flat-footed. Graham Potter will be really disappointed because Chelsea are quite capable of keeping clean sheets.”