The 2020/2021 Uefa Champions League winners, Chelsea might play against Atlético Mineiro from Brazil in the FIFA Club World Cup competition, which means the London club who have been unbeaten so far in the 2021/2022 football season, and might play against two-star players (Costa and Hulk) who have graced top European clubs in the past. The article states two prolific players who might break Chelsea's unbeaten run in the 2021/2022 football season.
Based on current form and stats, Diego Costa and Hulk could end Chelsea's unbeaten run if the blues are yet to lose a single match when they probably meet Atlético Mineiro in the FIFA club world cup competitions.
Diego Costa personally has a good record against Chelsea in the past while playing for Atletico De Madrid. When both teams met in the Uefa Champions League competitions, Costa was a big threat against the Chelsea defense that year.
Despite playing for the London club for more than three years, Diego Costa might still find the net against Chelsea when both meet in the FIFA club world cup.
Facing Diego Costa and Hulk will be a big deal for any defense in Europe, regardless of their age, these two have good communication together when they are on the pitch and in front of the goal.
Chelsea could lose against Atlético Mineiro in the FIFA club world cup competitions when they play against these two-star players, Diego Costa and Hulk.
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