Not Kepa; Graham Potter Reveals Who should be blamed for the first Goal Chelsea Conceded Against Fulham

Chelsea’s struggles under head coach Graham Potter continued as they suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Fulham in a west London derby at Craven Cottage. Former Chelsea winger Willian put the hosts in front in the first half, before Kalidou Koulibaly equalized for Chelsea shortly after the break.

However, the game took a turn for the worse for the Blues when debutant Joao Felix was sent off in the 58th minute. Carlos Vinicius then sealed the win for Fulham with a headed goal in the 73rd minute. The loss was Chelsea’s sixth in their last eight games and leaves them 10th in the Premier League, 10 points behind fourth-placed Manchester United who have played one game less.

Potter was disappointed with the manner of the loss, saying “I don’t think they created too much, the manner of the goal is really disappointing and really frustrating.” Chelsea will look to bounce back in their next match as they hope to improve their current form under Potter.

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