On Saturday at Stamford Bridge, Mendy could have done more to stop West Ham from scoring the game’s first goal. After the Hammers believed they had scored a late equalizer, Mendy was fortunate to be saved by video review.
The Senegal goalkeeper was crucial to Chelsea winning the Champions League in 2021, but he hasn’t played to his full potential thus far this season as the Blues have allowed nine goals in their opening six games.
The key takeaway for Chelsea from this game, according to Ferdinand, who was appearing on Vibe with Five, is that Edouard Mendy is getting involved in situations like this far too often.
Rio went on to claim that both the first goal and this one against Leeds were his fault. In addition, he has made mistakes in the past without receiving punishment.
He was amazing and phenomenal last season; Chelsea needs to fix it as soon as possible. He needs to stop making those errors in his play. As a goalkeeper, you do not want to make headlines. The better they are doing, the less you talk about them. He is currently a newsworthy subject.
After Chelsea’s 2-1 victory over West Ham, Thomas Tuchel commented on Mendy’s performance, saying his No. 1 is having a tough time.
According to Tuchel, his current luck in his efforts is a little bit unlucky.
He excels in training and is, in general, a very composed individual who is conscious of the fact that he is currently experiencing a bit of bad luck.
Not much favors him happens. He receives severe punishment if he ever finds himself in a scenario where his actions weren’t quite obvious.
Because of where he is right now, he doesn’t feel entirely responsible. I get the impression that he is composed and concentrated because he tries everything. He has our continued support.
Ben Chilwell and Kai Havertz scored for Chelsea in a comeback victory over West Ham that helped the Blues move up to sixth place in the Premier League.