Reaction from Frank Lampard at the Falmer Stadium on Monday after his Chelsea side got off to a winning start in the new English Premier League season with a 3-1 win at Brighton and Hove Albion. Blues captain Jorginho opened the scoring with a first half penalty, but Brighton fought back in the second half and equalised through Leandro Trossard. The home side were level for less than two minutes though - Chelsea full back Reece James restored the visitors' lead and Kurt Zouma then made the points safe. Chelsea have spent around US$ 260 million on new players in the transfer window, most notably on German stars Timo Werner and Kai Havertz, who both made their debuts. But while Werner was a constant threat to Brighton, Havertz could only offer glimpses of his talent.