See What Thiago Silva Said After Chelsea Beat Tottenham In London
By John316 | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 22048 views
See What Thiago Silva Said After Chelsea beat Tottenham in London.
Thiago Silva praises his teammates after a convincing win against Tottenham. This had moved Chelsea Above them.
He made the statement on his Twitter account.
Congratulations to the whole team for the great victory!! Let’s go, “It doesn't matter how many times you fall. What will make all the difference is how many times you will be able to get up again ”
Chelsea leapfrog Tottenham in the title race and they are gradually moving to Top 4 of the premier league. The signature of Tuchel has really changed the team to an extent that players that were frozen out of the squad are playing their best.
The Chelsea Captain Thiago Silva left the team after he suffered injury, but was happy that the team is getting back to their best.
Chelsea inflicted Mourinho second defeat on his home stadium and some parts of the fans are calling for his sack, they want Mourinho to get sacked.
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