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Atletico Boss Diego Simeone talk about Chelsea

By Oche12 | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 60450 views

Olivier Giroud's fantastic overhead kick gave Chelsea an outstanding victory over Atletico Madrid in the first leg of around of 16 at Bucharest.

Giroud's superb moment has deliver Chelsea a win and a vital away goal and put them in pole position to reach the quarter-finals.

But Diego Simeone is struggling to highlight Chelsea weakness ahead of their second leg clash in the champions league with Chelsea.

Simeone said " I believe today Chelsea don't have weakness, the only things is they don't know what will happen from a negative point of view.

Atletico will have to score Chelsea twice if they still have the zeal and ambition of qualifying to the next stage of the competition.

Since Tuchel took over as a manager,

Chelsea have kept an unbeaten record of 12 games.

It will be a tough match full with consequences, both going head to head inorder to see their club to the next round of the champions League.

Atletico will be facing Chelsea that has done well since the arrival of Tuchel, they are strong at home and have played incredible well.

Last season Atletico ended Liverpool's reign at the same stage of the round of 16 last year, but Chelsea are keen of winning the match with their style of play.

Simeone believe on his Team after a disappointed at Becharest.

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