Giroud Equals Drogba's Champions League Record After Defeating Atletico Madrid
By Charley_M | self meida writer
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Thomas Tuchel's men have proven they are the true pride of London after in interesting against victory against Atletico Madrid at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Spain. Tuchel have extended his undefeated run with the blues in all competitions to eight games.
Oliver Giroud solo goal in the 68th minute gave the visitors the lead they deserve after a goalless draw in the first half of the game. Giroud now have a total of 8 goals to his name in the 2020/2021 champions league season making him the the first Chelsea player to score 6 goals or more in a Champions League campaign since Didier Drogba (6) in 2011/12. The French man still have more games to increase his goal tally.
The Laliga toppers have only lost two of their 11 home games against any English clubs in Europe, and both games was against Chelsea. The blues seems to be ready for their nest game against Manchester United in the Premier league.
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