Richard Keys has taken aim at Mauricio Pochettino for his actions after his Chelsea side gave up a 2-0 lead to draw with Arsenal.
In Saturday's (October 21) clash, Chelsea surprisingly took a two-goal lead thanks to strikes from Cole Palmer and Mykhailo Mudryk but were pegged back by a pair of late goals from their London rivals as Declan Rice and Leandro Trossard clawed back a point for the Gunners.
While many would think Pochettino would cut a frustrated figure due to his side failing to hold on their lead, he instead looked like quite a happy chap as he was spotted embracing and joking with Arsenal goalkeeping coach Terry Mason after the game.
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The interaction angered Keys who made his feelings well known about what he thought of Pochettino's antics as he said: "Am I the only one that's got a problem with this? You're the manager of a side two up that's cruising until you keeper hands a way back into the game to the opposition and you leave the field smiling and joking with the opposition goalkeeping coach."
He said he would have preferred the former Tottenham manager to show anger given his side threw away three points which would have been their third Premier League win in a row. "Why can't you get up off your seat head down the tunnel, be angry that your team have thrown away two points and let them know when you get in," he added.
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"I just wonder sometimes if it means enough, is there a winner in there? Show what you meant to the Chelsea fans. Not go off laughing and joking with the opposition."
Despite the disappointment of allowing Arsenal to gain a point, Chelsea look an improved outfit of late as they've recently found their groove with a 2-0 win over Fulham and resounding 4-1 victory over Burnley moving them up to the top half of the table.
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