CHELSEA boss Frank Lampard admitted he was “frustrated” after Saints snatched a late leveller to earn a point at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues coasted into a 2-0 lead thanks to a stunning Timo Werner brace, with Kai Havertz also on target.

But Saints battled back through Danny Ings and Che Adams, with Jannik Vestergaard’s stoppage-time goal stealing a point from a deserved 3-3 draw.

Lampard said: “I’m frustrated with the draw, and the players are and would be because the first half was as good as we’ve played this season.

“It was great football, and we could have had more goals and put the game beyond Southampton.

“Mistakes will always concern you and for the second goal, that’s a situation we should clearly have dealt with in much simpler terms. You just can’t be conceding goals like that.

“Southampton were the better side in the second half and there’s certainly an element of game management for us, and that’s disappointing.”