Chelsea skipper Cesar Azpilicueta says this season hasn’t been good enough for the Blues.
The Spaniard did not try to sugarcoat the situation while speaking in his post-match presser.
“We’re disappointed, of course. That was not the way we wanted to start the new year and we’re disappointed to lose two points,” he told Sky Sports. “Every point matters and, of course, today we lost two points, that is clear. Since the beginning of the season, we’ve lost too many points and now we are really far from where we want to be.
“Every game that you don’t win is another chance missed, but this is the reality and when you see the table, this is where we are. We need to have a very good second half of the season if we want to achieve a Champions League spot next season.
“We have to stick together, we know that. This is not the most pleasant time, but in these difficult moments, we need everybody to stick together.
“We need to work hard to improve, to be humble, to analyse ourselves and see how we can be better. We have a massive game against Manchester City at the Bridge, and we need to start winning points.”