Chelsea legend Ruud Gullit have accused Eden Hazard and Willian of not passing the ball to teammate Alvaro Morata.
The Spain international finished the match without scoring a goals as the Blues were held to a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge.
The 25-year-old have only scored three goals this season under Maurizio Sarri to leave Chelsea supporters frustrated despite their unbeaten run this campaign.
On the other hand, Hazard has been the stand-out performer for the west London club this season scoring ten goals already in all competitions.
And former manager Gullit believes the two key wingers in the squad as not providing enough service for the striker on the flanks.
"They don't come into any positions where they create anything for him," Gullit said on beINSports.
"The worst part is you can see Willian and Hazard always dribble inside because they don't trust him.
"But also when the crosses are in, I think there was a moment in the first half where you asked "where is Morata", he wasn't there. So they don't trust him."
Sarri's men are still within touching distance with leaders Manchester City and second placed side Liverpool after a settling for a point against Jose Mourinho's United.