“It is dead.” His Chelsea were swept away at Stamford Bridge by Karim Benzema and Real Madrid a week ago (1-3, Champions League quarter-final first leg), Thomas Tuchel not giving his side much skin for semi-final qualification. Yes, but since then the Blues have had a word and defeated Southampton (0-6, Premier League matchday 32).
Despite four absences (Romelu Lukaku, Ben Chilwell, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Ross Barkley), Hope is tentatively back in the ranks of the Londoners. Present at a press conference, the German manager somewhat changed his mind. “We don’t have the best chances given the result of the first leg, the competition, the opposition and the stadium where we’re going to play. But we never spare our efforts, we believe we have a chance to get a good result. We have never let up and will not start tomorrow.he dropped before continuing.
TT regained confidence
“We’re going to try. Trying means we’re going to play hard. That’s what we have to do. It’s a big night, a big game and we’re going to try to be in better shape and better shape than we were on the way out. It’s always free to dream, it’s important to visualize things and dream, but I won’t sway an iota, we have to concentrate to give everything tomorrow.he started as a call for a general mobilization of his troops.
“It’s worth a try, it’s the sport, it’s the game, that’s the beauty of sport, anything is possible. We will arrive and try everything. From there we will see. (…) Maybe we can make our dream come true, make it come true, but we have to invest a lot and be at a very high level.”he explained and explained the procedure to be followed. “By giving our all on the pitch we show that we are willing to work harder, play better, take more risks and show our true colors and full potential. We have to do that from the start, then we’ll see. The game is on!
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