It’s My Fault, I Shouldn’t Have Played Him, – Mauricio Pochettino Opens Up After Loss

Chelsea lost to Newcastle United 4-1, and manager Mauricio Pochettino accepted responsibility for starting a player he felt wasn’t appropriate.

After Isak opened the scorelines, Raheem Sterling’s free kick helped the Blues get the game back on level terms.

Chelsea suffered a humiliating loss as the host scored three more goals.

The Chelsea manager, Mauricio Pochettino, stated in his post-match remarks that Ugochukwu wasn’t ready to start in the midfield since he still didn’t comprehend the play pattern.

We made a costly error tonight, and I’m to blame. I should not have started Ugochukwu in the midfield; substituting him would have altered the game’s speed.

“We now need to take a step back, review our errors, draw lessons, and improve for the next game.

“We’ve got to have played the worst so far this season,”

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