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Chelsea draw with Bohemians in Lampard’s first game

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Cary Erickson | 12 July, 2019, 17:50

Chelsea fans have jokingly demanded that Frank Lampard steps down from his position as manager after drawing his first game in charge.

But Bohemians midfielder and trialist Eric Molloy made no mistake when he burst into the box with just over a minute left on the clock, lashing the ball high into the net beyond Cumming to deny Lampard a first win.

Chelsea will next face St. Patrick's in the Irish capital on Saturday before embarking on a tour of Japan to take on Kawasaki Frontale and Barcelona.

"I have a way of working that can be taxing on the players and we wanted to get straight into it ..." It was a tough game for us, we've only been here for a few days.

Chelsea star Pedro is looking forward to playing under new manager Frank Lampard from next season.

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Lampard gave Danny Drinkwater the chance to impress from the start after he was frozen out by departed boss Mauricio Sarri. with his replacement keen to play down the significance of his side's poor showing.

"This season I wouldn't say is a write-off but the expectation must, if they've any sense at all, be quite low".

Chelsea began the second half as brightly as they had the first, with the lively Billy Gilmour twice threatening the Bohemians goal after late runs into the penalty area and Bakayoko stinging the palms of James Talbot with a low strike.

Abraham had a disappointing 2017/18 season with Swansea City on loan where he managed just five Premier League goals, but he is sure to have developed further after another full campaign away from Stamford Bridge. Some of the young lads were really good.

Another career highlight for a player who featured at the Club World Cup during his two-year stint with Wellington, Molloy celebrated the memorable 89th minute strike with an equally impressive somersault - the same celebration he used to perform at David Farrington Park in Miramar.