Ahead of Tuesday's UEFA Champions League 2nd leg quarter-final date with FC Porto, Chelsea players had a feel of the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, the venue for the game coming up on Tuesday in Spain.
upon arrival in Spain on Monday, the team left for the venue of the game to hold their final training session ahead of the encounter with the Portuguese side.
The players were involved in physical and tactical drills as they aimed to seal a semi-final spot on Tuesday in Spain. The training session was later concluded with a practice game at a reduced size pitch to round off the preparations.
Check out the training photos below;
Chelsea will be going into the game on Tuesday against FC Porto with full confidence of a semi-finals ticket, haven't won the first leg of the tie 2-0 last week when both teams first met.
The Blues defeated Crystal Palace 4-1 in the English Premier League last Saturday to set up the tone ahead of Tuesday's showdown with the Portuguese side.
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