Callum Hudson-Odoi admitted Chelsea’s players were left ‘fuming’ after their 2-2 draw to Arsenal on Tuesday night.
The Blues took the lead twice against the Gunners after David Luiz was sent off midway through the first half.
Jorginho’s penalty was pegged back by Gabriel Martinelli’s break away goal, before Cesar Azpilicueta netted late in the game.
It looked like it could be the winner for the home side, but they were pegged back once again when Hector Bellerin scored with a left-footed effort into the bottom corner.
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It meant the Blues dropped another two points, having only won 18 out of a possible 36 Premier League points at home.
And the young winger, who got an assist for the second goal, admitted the Blues dressing room were furious with the final result.
“We’re fuming right now because we worked so hard to get ourselves in front and we had the game in our hands really,” Hudson-Odoi said .
“At 2-1 up, we should be seeing the game out so we’re not happy.
It was one of those games where we played well throughout, we controlled the game and we should have got the three points with the way we played.
“We got the early goal from the penalty but then you have to work hard and defend better. We worked really hard but we need to be defending our box better and that is something we have to take into the next game.
“There are times where we should be more ruthless taking our chances. We were attacking and had a lot of chances but we should have taken more of them.”