Bayern Munich showed us the level to aim for | Chelsea vs Seville | Frank Lampard press conference

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0:05 Game management important, we don't want a repeat of Saturday
0:45 Virgil Van Dijk injury a blow for Liverpool and I wish him my best
1:30 I'm not a naturally attacking manager - we want to be good in defence
2:05 The lack of pre-season has made it hard this season
2:45 We work hard in every training session to improve
3:30 we are learning in the CL and want to reach Bayern Munich's level
4:30 We had chances to score v Bayern in the first leg, but they were clinical
5:45 Billy Gilmour progressing well, and is about 3 or 4 weeks away
6:15 We need to work to bring new players up to speed. Lessons to learn.
6:45 We concede a lot of goals but not many shots, so we must work on that
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