Chelsea were booed off the field for the second game in a row as they drew 0-0 at Bournemouth on Sunday.
Owner Todd Boehly has shelled out more than £1billion in just three transfer windows, but there are still no signs of improvement.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side had 17 shots against the Cherries, including ten on target, but were unable to break the deadlock.
This means they have taken just five points from their opening five matches, having scored just five goals.
Their only win of the campaign so far came against Luton Town, while they still have just six wins in 2023.
Frustration was at its peak for Chelsea supporters who traveled to the Vitality Stadium, booing their team at the final whistle.
Pochettino’s side were also booed in their final game before the international break, a 1-0 defeat to Nottingham Forest at Stamford Bridge.
A video shared on social media also shows Chilwell speaking to Blues fans after the final whistle, but receiving abuse.
It also means Chelsea have made their second worst start in their Premier League history.
The worst start came in the 2015/16 campaign, where they took just four points from five matches.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Pochettino said: “The fans are disappointed because of the situation but that doesn’t worry me.
“I say that because we really know what we are doing: we deserve to win.”
There are some mitigating factors to their poor start as 12 players are unavailable for Pochettino with several spots on the bench filled with youngsters.
Chelsea’s next match is at Stamford Bridge against Aston Villa next Sunday.
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