Theo Walcott was critical of Chelsea’s Nicolas Jackson for his performance during Sunday’s Premier League match.
Chelsea were held to a 0-0 draw this weekend on their trip to Bournemouth.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side yet again showed their lack of cutting edge in the final third, so the pressure begins to rise on a very disappointing start to the new season.
The Blues have just five points from five league games so far, with a home game against Aston Villa next up.
Theo Walcott, who’s recently stepped into a role as a Sky Sports pundit, wasn’t too impressed by Chelsea striker Nicolas Jackson against Bournemouth.
In particular, he picked out some “very unusual” movement from the 22-year-old Blues attacker in the first half.
“This is what I want to see a bit more of, particularly from Jackson: the link-up play. I feel like at times he’s been making some very unusual runs,” Walcott told Sky Sports’ Football programme (2:55pm, 17 September).
Jackson has been earning a lot of praise for his performances at the start of his Chelsea career, albeit there’s been a concern about his finishing.
However, many will argue he had his most frustrating appearance to date for the Blues away to Bournemouth.