The blues will be welcoming the giant side Atletico Madrid for the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 match today.
Timo Werner sent a message to Chelsea saying both Kovacic and Ziyech will be working a disciplinary tightrope as Chelsea will face Atletico Madrid in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16
The blues welcomes the Spanish giants to the Stamford bridge looking to reach the last 8 of the competition for the first time since 2014. Thomas Tuchel side have a one goal less that was scored by Oliver Giroud in the second half of the match.
However, he said that the win against Atletico Madrid came at a cost as both Mount and Jorginho collected their third bookings of the competition this season, meaning they must serve a one ban match this evening.
Now Kovacic and Ziyech are facing same punishment if they collect yellow cards this evening, with the pair currently having two yellow card already.
Chelsea will be playing tonight to make their fans proud of them as alot is being expected from us.
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