Chelsea fell in the Premier League for their second consecutive defeat
as Adam Armstrong's goal in added time in the first half proved the difference in Southampton's 2-1 result at St Mary's.
The Blues seemed completely disjointed, especially in the second half when Thomas Tuchel
he tried to pull every rope available to inspire a comeback.
It fell through and Chelsea will have to pick up the pieces when they return to Stamford Bridge.
Despite initial problems, Kai Havertz made a fresh start in attack and failed to inspire confidence in the future
Hakim Ziyech, who could have been available before the deadline, was also used in attack
and his creativity kept the blues going, but ultimately there was little service
granted to Raheem Sterling for the England international to build on his first goal.