London, Dec. 9 (ANI): Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti blasted his boys for putting together the worst performance of his reign against the Cypriots.
"It was the worst display since I came here. In the second half we lost intensity, lost concentration, we played too slowly and too soft," The Sun quoted Ancelotti, as saying.
"For this, I'm not happy. We have to play 90 minutes with intensity and concentration. It's not important about the result. It's important to play our best every game and I told the players that."
"We had the possibility to close the game but we didn't play well. It was right that APOEL drew the game," he added.
The Italian is also sweating on a hamstring injury to Michael Essien that rules him out of Saturday's Everton clash.
The only Chelsea star to escape Ancelotti's rage was 18-year-old Gael Kakuta.
He said: "Kakuta is the only good thing for tonight. He showed his talent and I think he will be the future of Chelsea." (ANI)