'WE DIDN'T HAVE THAT' - FRANK LAMPARD REVEALS WHAT CHELSEA WERE MISSING IN LEICESTER DRAW

CHELSEA manager Frank Lampard has told his players they need to have more 'personality' after watching them throw away a lead at home to Leicester on Sunday afternoon.

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