It was Chelsea’s second consecutive league loss after they suffered a 2-1 setback to Manchester United the previous week. Doucoure and Dobbin clinched the victory for Sean Dyche’s team, which caused Chelsea to suffer their second consecutive loss.
It seemed as though Jackson, who had entered the game as a substitute in the second half, was involved in an altercation with Nathan Patterson after the championship game. In order to avoid a potential altercation, Everton personnel took action, and Pochettino was the one who interfered to remove the Senegalese striker away from the situation. As Jackson was being brought down the tunnel by one of Pochettino’s assistants, it is speculated that Pochettino’s prompt response may have prevented him from receiving a red card.
The irritation that Jackson felt was most likely caused by Chelsea’s failures on the field, despite the fact that he had scored six goals this season. Pochettino voiced his dissatisfaction with the team’s lack of clinical finishing, highlighting the significance of scoring goals in the sport of football. Chelsea, which is presently in 12th place with 19 points, is going to have a difficult league season, and Pochettino has expressed his disappointment that his team has not received the points that he believes they should have received.
With a match against Sheffield United scheduled for this coming Saturday, Chelsea’s challenging season will continue in the coming days. While the club is working to recover from recent defeats, Pochettino is resolute in his commitment to fix the problems that the team is experiencing, particularly in front of the goal. Although he recognized the efforts of his team, the Argentine manager voiced his disappointment that they were unable to get the results they hoped in the most recent encounters. Chelsea is now going through a difficult phase, and the focus is still on whether or not they will be able to revive themselves and progress in the forthcoming matches.