‘Furious’ Frank Lampard tore into Marcos Alonso in front of Chelsea team for ‘trying to watch second-half of West Brom clash on the team bus’

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'Furious' Frank Lampard tore into Marcos Alonso in front of Chelsea team for 'trying to watch second-half of West Brom clash on the team bus'


Marcos Alonso reportedly tried to watch the second-half of Chelsea’s draw with West Brom on the team bus, leading to a furious dressing down from Frank Lampard which has put the defender’s future in doubt.

The left-back was withdrawn at half-time on Saturday following a disastrous 45 minutes which saw the Blues go 3-0 down at the Hawthorns.

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Alonso reportedly infuriated Lampard

And reports claim Alonso had a shower and left for the team bus, rather than joining his fellow substitutes on the bench for the second-half.

Lampard was the ‘angriest anyone has seen him’ at Chelsea and the players watched on stunned as the Blues boss lambasted the Spaniard.

A source told The Athletic: “The players were saying they have never seen the manager like this. It kicked off after the game and he was going mad at Alonso. Some were talking about how they’d be surprised if he plays for Chelsea ever again.”

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Alonso was arguably at fault for two of West Brom’s three goals, before Cesar Azplicueta came on to replace him at half-time.

It was Alonso’s sloppy header which led to the Baggies’ opening goal, and then he left Kyle Bartley unmarked for the third strike.

His Chelsea future is already under threat following the £50million arrival of Ben Chilwell from Leicester.





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