Chelsea manager, Graham Potter, has said Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang played badly against Arsenal because the team didn’t function as a unit.
Aubameyang only took eight touches against his former club, before he was substituted off as the Blues lost 1-0 on Sunday.
When asked if the Gabon striker’s poor performance was down to his own shortcomings or the lack of service, Potter replied: “I wouldn’t say that, it’s part of the team. We didn’t function as fluidly as we’d have liked.
“They come in at a good moment, good structure and Mikel [Arteta] has done a good job. What’s important, we understand where we’re at.”
Victory at Stamford Bridge sees Arsenal extend their advantage over Chelsea to 13 points.
Potter takes his men to high-flying Newcastle United this weekend, while Wolves host the Gunners.