Former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has criticised the display of Davide Zappacosta in Chelsea’s 3-3 draw against Roma in the UEFA Champions League.
Zappacosta was picked by coach Antonio Conte to start against the Italians at Stamford Bridge, and Chelsea appeared to be cruising when they took a two goal lead before the half hour mark.
However Roma pulled a goal back throught left full back Aleksander Kolarov, a goal which inspired a fight back that saw same Kolarov provide the cross for ex Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko to put Roma 3-2 up.
Eden Hazard scored his second goal of the game to help Chelsea bring scores to 3-3, and Sherwood slammed Zappacosta for allowing Kolarov have a free pass down the right of Chelsea defence.
” Kolarov isn’t the fastest but he left Zappacosta for dead severally. Zappacosta allowed Kolarov too much space and time on the ball, something that Victor Moses won’t do against a player like Kolarov”, Sherwood said during his post match analysis of the game.