Chelsea vs Derby County: Livescore from Carabao Cup 4th round fixture

Mason Mount is due to play for Derby against parent club Chelsea

Mason Mount is due to play for Derby against parent club Chelsea

Frank Lampard has said that he is disappointed that his Derby side were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by his former side Chelsea. They were cancelled out by goals from Jack Marriott and Martyn Waghorn as Derby got back into contention in a insane opening 27 minutes.

The lead was short lived as Mount laid on Martyn Waghorn's leveller after 27 minutes before Fabregas' victor.

"It happens. If he hadn't touched that ball, [Alvaro] Morata would have scored a goal".

Lampard spent time on the Stamford Bridge field after final whistle, applauding Chelsea's fans and getting plenty of cheers in return.

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Derby lost 3-2 and was ultimately undone by two own-goals in the opening 21 minutes - the first of which was scored in the fifth minute by a player on loan from Chelsea, Mikayo Tomori.

The French midfielder was sent off for a second booking on 55 minutes, leaving Arsenal to defend a two-goal lead established by 34-year-old Stephan Lichtsteiner and 18-year-old Emile Smith Rowe.

West Ham pulled a goal back with a header from substitute Perez but Tottenham's Spanish striker Llorente ended the contest with a fine close-range volley from a corner 15 minutes from time.

"I'm so thankful to the Chelsea fans", added Lampard, whose name was chanted by the home supporters throughout the match. "It doesn't feel like a defeat, but it's a benchmark for how we want to play from now on in".

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"More than a little bit [shaky], to be honest".

Derby manager Lampard, who enjoyed 13 hugely successful years as a Chelsea player, watched his side put up a courageous fight against their Premier League opponents, twice levelling the match after calamitous own goals.

Derby have not won in any of their previous eight visits to Stamford Bridge and will have to pull off a herculean task if they are to come away with something in the end.

"We can call it a friendly draw, but Bournemouth is not going to be easy for sure".

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