Despite The Lost Against WestBorm Thaigo Silva Still Created A Record In The Match
By Superiorhub | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 3362 views
Thiago Silva who is one of the major defenders in the Chelsea squad created a new record despite been sent off from their last match against West Brom on Saturday. Thiago Silva came from his formal club Paris Saint-German to join Chelsea's squad as a free agent and he has been a valuable defender to the squad. Due to his red card offense which he was been sent off from the match against west Bromm, This has cost the match and they lost their first at home since the arrival of their new coach Thomas Tuchel Who took over from Frank Lampard Chelsea's former coach and also the club legend. and this means their 13 games unbeaten record has been put to an end.
Thiago Silva's red card against West Brom was the second red card of his career despite being a defender and his first red card was in the year 2013 against Valenciennes when he was still playing for Paris Saint-German (PSG).
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