Chelsea manager, Graham Potter, has hailed the display of Salzburg goalkeeper, Philipp Kohn, during their 1-1 draw in a Champions League group game on Wednesday night.
Raheem Sterling opened the scoring for the Blues in the second half, before Noah Okafor equalized for the visitors.
Chelsea had the chances to win the game, but were denied by Kohn several times.
Potter said: “We’re disappointed with the result. I thought the boys gave everything. We scored a good goal, but lost a bit in the second half but their goalkeeper has made some good saves.
“It is what it is, we have to dust ourselves down. Personality and application was good, we will get better. We got Raheem in one-on-one situations quite often and the goal was a good result of that.
“It’s always irritating when you concede a goal. Overall the defensive performance was quite good, it’s just the little details we will have to improve.
“It has not been easy for the boys, they have responded to us really well over the last few days and it’s a point we will have to take and get better. The attitude has been fantastic, no complaints apart from the fact we have not taken three points.”