Chelsea travelled to Leicester in the early kick off on Saturday, and there were no new faces in the squad for the game following a barren transfer window.
Two goals from Antonio Rudiger were not enough to take all three points, as a Harvey Barnes deflected effort and a howler from Willy Caballero allowed Ben Chilwell to score.
Lampard was under scrutiny from the off, following his decision to pick Willy Caballero in goal, with Kepa dropping to the bench.
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Leicester 2-2 Chelsea
A disappointing result after leading twice, but in reality it was a fair reflection on the game, with the hosts spurning late chances to win the match.
Antonio Rudiger celebrates his goal for Chelsea at Leicester (Photo by Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)
Here’s how Oliver Harbord rated the players, with Antonio Rudiger standing out for his two-goal display.
Kepa and Caballero
Lampard made the bold call to swap Kepa Arrizabalaga for Willy Caballero in goal, and it backfired. He’s come under some criticism for it.
Lampard now has a dilemma. To stick with Caballero or go back to Kepa?
Chelsea have two huge clashes up next in Manchester United and Spurs, with two weeks for the manager to stew on his decision.
The mid-winter break comes at a decent time for Chelsea, with a refresher needed to try and bring home some more points in the final stretch of the season.