In their five
games – last letting one in during the 3-3 draw with Southampton.
But just nine minutes into Saturday’s clash, the Blues were put on the back foot.
And at half-time, Souness slated Kante and Ziyech for turning their backs on the play.
“They turned their backs on the play.
“They’ve obviously been told where they should stand for set-pieces…
“But they should have been going backwards in their positions and assessing the situation, where’s the danger.
“These are big players… I worked with the great Ronnie Moran and he would tell us as
Chelsea responded well to the setback, though – as Tammy Abraham’s scuffed shot found its way into the corner of the net to equalise.
And Ben Chilwell put the hosts in front from a short corner of their own, taking advantage of some dreadful defending from Max Lowe.
The Sheff Utd ace let the ball run past him, seemingly unaware of Chilwell’s presence, allowing the England left-back to hook the ball home.
Chelsea went into half-time with a 2-1 lead over Sheff Utd.