Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri has insisted that he was pleased with his team's performance against Chelsea, even if they suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of their London rivals.
Pedro opened the scoring for the Blues after just four minutes, meaning Fulham faced an uphill battle to earn anything from the match. They pushed for an equaliser, but ultimately lacked any real quality in attack, before Ruben Loftus-Cheek came off the bench to add a second for Chelsea and leave Fulham bottom of the Premier League.
Speaking after the game, Ranieri admitted he was impressed with Fulham's improvement, insisting they must continue to work hard at his 'philosophy' to progress.
He is quoted by football.london as saying: "
"We must continue in this way and they must understand my philosophy. We made good decisions in a short time. It is okay, now we think about the next game."
Ranieri also discussed on-loan defender Calum Chambers, who featured in a midfield role for the defeat to Chelsea.
Ranieri said: "
Source : 90min