Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill rapped his players for missing their chances in defeat at Chelsea.

O'Neill was upset about the opportunities his side squandered, with James McClean missing an open goal and Craig Gardner and Bendtner also snatching at presentable chances.

"We missed at least five really good opportunities and I think that's too many," he said.

"I know scoring a goal is pretty difficult but it's not that difficult.

"A blundering full-back could've stuck a couple of those in - from about four leagues below."