Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink said Tammy Abraham must improve if he wants to keep his place as Chelsea No.9 after missing a few crucial chances in the 0-0 draw against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
There were a total of just four shots on target throughout the game and it pretty much sums up the clash.
Chelsea and Tottenham are on unbeaten runs and neither looked prepared to take the risk of losing their momentum.
However, given the chances they had, particularly in the second half in which Spurs failed to register a shot on target, Chelsea must have been kicking themselves.
Former Blues striker Hasselbaink was certainly disappointed with Abraham, whose failure to convert a few big chances he had in front of goal might have cost two points.
“He [Abraham] had three chances,” he told Sky Sports after the game (via Football Daily).
“Three opportunities where he had to make it a little bit ‘his own’.
“He has to improve in those moments.
“I think at times he can do better.
“With his stature and ability, he should do better and score more goals and more important goals.
“Sometimes I wonder – does he watch the clip of himself after the game?
“Because certain times, his movements and [hold-up play] can be a little bit better.”