Everton manager Ronald Koeman is clearly not satisfied after his team suffered a 2-0 defeat with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge this afternoon.
According to the Dutchman, it was in the first half that the Toffees lost the game:
“I am disappointed with the first half because our ball possession was poor,” he said after the match.
“We did not have enough movement to give options.
“Against Chelsea, you need to be at your best to get a result and we weren’t. The second half was better but we lost it in the first.
Everton were missing many key-men today, most of them for injury: this situation force the club to do two more signings before the transfer window closes in the end of the upcoming week:
“We need at least two more players, a striker is most important.”