Roberto De Zerbi has broken down what went wrong when his Albion side conceded “stupid goals” at Chelsea.

He is working to avoid a repeat at home to Brentford – the side who led three times at the Amex last season in a 3-3 draw.

Albion have yet to keep a clean sheet in the Premier League this season.

Hopes of putting that right went up in smoke at Stamford Bridge when Enzo Fernandez headed home from a Benoit Badiashile cross.

Levi Colwill headed a second and the third came from a Fernandez penalty awarded, albeit controversially, after Chelsea counter-attack# All three of the hosts’ goals came from corners – two taken by Chelsea and one by Albion.

De Zerbi was particularly unhappy with the first and third goals.

Ahead of the Brentford game, he explained what went wrong.

The Seagulls boss said: “We must be focused in the details.

“We are a very young team, we have very young players and sometimes it can happen that players make some mistakes in the details.

“For example the first goal against Chelsea, Enzo Fernandez, in that situation Evan Ferguson, (born in) 2004, and Carlos Baleba, 2004, lost the right position and we conceded a goal for it.

“The same way for the third goal. There were two players in the wrong position, otherwise we wouldn’t have conceded in that moment.

"Against Chelsea you can concede in any situation.

“In that situation it’s tough to accept this type of goal.”