Chelsea ended their losing streak with a 3-1 victory over Bournemouth on Saturday. The Blues, who had lost their previous six games, took the lead through Conor Gallagher in the ninth minute.
Matias Vina equalized for Bournemouth in the 21st minute, but Benoit Badiashile and Joao Felix scored late goals to give Chelsea the win. The victory was a much-needed boost for Chelsea, who were in danger of equaling their worst run of form in history.
The Blues have now won three of their last four games in all competitions, and they will be hoping to build on this momentum in their next match against Arsenal.
Lampard made a number of changes to his starting lineup for the match, and it paid off as Chelsea were much more lively than they had been in recent weeks. Gallagher gave Chelsea the lead with a well-taken header from a corner, and the Blues could have gone further ahead before half-time.
Bournemouth equalized in the 21st minute when Vina curled a beautiful shot into the top corner, but Chelsea responded well and took the lead again in the 82nd minute when Badiashile headed home from a corner. Felix added a third goal in injury time to seal the win for Chelsea.
The victory was a positive step for Lampard, who is still under pressure to keep his job. The Blues have now won three of their last four games, and they will be hoping to build on this momentum in their next match against Arsenal.