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Hudson-Odoi: 'We started too slow and let ourselves down’

Sun 27 December 2020 | 9:46

Chelsea winger believes they didn’t have a good start in the last night’s match against Arsenal and they should’ve pushed harder.

In last night’s London derby, the Blues faced struggling

Arsenal

. Many thought that

Chelsea

was the favorite to win but the Gunners out performed themselves and managed to beat the opponent 3-1.

Chelsea winger,

Callum Hudson-Odoi

they started too slow and they could have done better in the field.

In a post-match interview, the English international said:

"It feels like we let ourselves down.

"We know that we can do much better than we did. We should have put the same energy we had in the second half into the first half as well.

"We should have had the same attitude from the get-go and pushed all the way through the 90 minutes. So we’re really disappointed in ourselves.

"We started too slow, we all know that. We knew from the start it was going to be a difficult game no matter what. They’re Arsenal, they’re a good team.

"We wanted to come out here and try and get the three points but unfortunately we didn’t. We know that we started slow. In the second half we tried better to come out faster.

"We were unfortunate to concede another goal, because we got ourselves kind of back in it, but we need to push harder and keep working harder to get the three points.

"No matter where we are in the league we’re going to keep pushing until we get to number one and no matter what the game is, we’re Chelsea, we want to give our best every game no matter what and hopefully keep rising up the table.

"We’re all disappointed every time we lose. We don’t like losing. That’s the Chelsea mentality, we always want to win games. So when we do lose or we make a couple of mistakes in games, we’re all disappointed with ourselves. When we win we’re always happy, when we lose we’re disappointed, so we want to get back to winning ways and stay happy."

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