Di Matteo rues dropped points
Roberto Di Matteo says Chelsea have been left feeling 'deflated' following the 2-2 draw with Juventus on Wednesday night.
Chelsea's defence of their European crown looked set to get off to the perfect start after they raced into a two-goal lead thanks to a brace from new boy Oscar. However the Italian champions came fighting back and rescued a point with goals from Arturo Vidal and Fabio Quagliarella to leave Di Matteo frustrated at their inability to see the game out. "We feel disappointed and a little bit deflated that we found ourselves in a fantastic position to win this game and we came away only with a draw," he revealed. "We should have closed the game and brought the win home." In particular Di Matteo was unhappy with the way the equaliser was conceded with John Obi Mikel given the ball away and then failing to track back. "I think we should have dealt with it a little bit better," the Chelsea boss added. "There was no pressure on the ball and it was pretty difficult to play offside. "We lost possession just beforehand and we should have reacted much quicker to losing the ball than we did."