Chelsea supervisor, Graham Potter, has insisted he doesn’t owe Brighton followers any apologies after he was booed on his return on Saturday.
Potter suffered his first defeat answerable for the Blues on the Amex, dropping 4-1 to a facet he left seven weeks in the past.
Leandro Trossard opened the scoring earlier than two personal objectives from Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Chalobah.
Although Kai Havertz pulled one again, Pascal Gross restored Brighton’s three-goal lead.
“I have nothing to apologise or make an apology for. I assume I did an excellent job on the membership and left it in an excellent place however individuals are entitled to their opinions.
“It’s part of the process. You have to suffer and feel pain in order to grow and get better. Nobody said we were the finished article. We have to take the pain today and learn from it,” Potter stated.