Straight to the point Lampard is as yet sitting tight for his first win as Chelsea supervisor after Wilfred Ndidi gave Leicester a 1-1 attract to ruin the Blues legend’s homecoming on Sunday.
Whipped 4-0 at Manchester United a weekend ago and beaten on punishments by Liverpool in the European Super Cup on Wednesday, Lampard’s side took an early lead through Mason Mount’s first objective for Chelsea.
Be that as it may, Ndidi made up for the expensive slip-up that prompted Mount’s opener as the Nigeria midfielder headed Leicester’s merited second half equalizer.
Lampard had been given a loud gathering in his first game as Chelsea supervisor at Stamford Bridge.
However the mind-set was far gloomier by the last whistle after a spluttering show raised the ghost of a possibly troublesome season for the returning saint.
Lampard, Chelsea’s unsurpassed record goalscorer, figured out how to abstain from being the principal Blues manager to lose his initial two Premier League games in control since Gianluca Vialli 21 years prior.