Frank Lampard identifies best goal out of four Chelsea scored against Burnley (Watch the goal)

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has chosen Christian Pulisic first goal as his favourite out of the four the Blues scored to claim all the three points at Burnley.

The West London club defeated the Turf Moor side 4-2 after Pulisic recorded his first goal and hat-trick to hand the Blues win over Burnley.

The 21-year-old robbed Matthew Lowton in midfield after dawdling on the ball and the Chelsea forward ran with the ball at a frenetic pace. He kept his nerve, beating one defender, and then shimmying to his left to gain space on another.

He gave Nick Pope no chance with his finish, tucking the ball neatly into the far corner for his first Chelsea goal in the Premier League.

After the match, Lampard said: “When you talk about the Premier League, the one thing there is is physicality, particularly at places like Burnley. If he moves the ball so quickly like he can do, he can cause teams a lot of problems. It’s a great thing to watch when people have a balance like that.

“The first goal where he waits, then the stopover then moves away from the player, that sort of stuff is brilliant. I hope it gives him the confidence it should do. That’ll do him great going forward.”

Pulisic’s stunning cameo in midweek win against Ajax at Johan Cruyff ArenA in Amsterdam encouraged Lampard to start the United States international in the starting lineup in the Premier League clash at Turf Moor.

“I have a good squad and you need to keep people happy. The first thing is results, and the momentum we have gained recently means there’s not that many changes,” Lampard stated.

“At the same time, when the moments come players need to stay fit and ready to support the team. It’s a hard part of my job to tell people they’re not playing. I know the quality I have in the squad and for sure there will be moments where I will be relying on someone else than I did today.

“That’s why it’s so important to have real spirit as a group, whether you’re a starter or someone coming on and making an impact.

“It was really pleasing because it’s a worry. You travel back, you’re aware the other team doesn’t have that situation. That was a really taxing game, it was our toughest physical game of the year, so credit to the medical staff and everyone that works around the players.

“They put a lot of hours in, and in the last two or three days, the players themselves have been professional about how they have recovered and picked themselves up to come to Burnley.

“We knew it would be a tough match. It’s easy to take the small gloss off it with two goals late on, but it doesn’t take any gloss off for me. For the 95 per cent of the game we played some outstanding football in at a really tough place to play, was what made me very happy.”

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