Man Utd 4-0 Chelsea: Blues made too many mistakes - Frank Lampard

  BBC News 
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard feels his side did not deserve to lose 4-0 against Man Utd but admits the Blues need to learn lessons after making too many mistakes.
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