The second leg of the quarter finals of the UEFA champions league between Chelsea and FC Porto will be played today at the Sevilla stadium in Spain. This is because of covid-19 restrictions put in place by the authorities of both Portugal and England. These restrictions stops people from traveling from England to Portugal and from Portugal tour England hence the need to play the match in a neutral ground. In order to avoid much expenses for both team, UEFA then choose the Sevilla stadium for both legs of the quarter-final between Chelsea and FC Porto.
Ahead of the match on Tuesday evening Chelsea and FC Porto players were seen taking a walk around the City of Sevilla as the try to be in a relaxed mood going into the game this evening.
Chelsea will be more confidence going into the match after winning their first leg 2-0 at the same venue.
FC Porto on the other hand will be hoping to overturn the two-goal deficit from the first leg. Below as some pictures as both teams take a walk under the sunny afternoon.
Callum Hudson-Odoi and Hakim Ziyech have not had much playing time in recent weeks as they have fallen down the picking order under Thomas Tuchel, especially Hakim Ziyech who do fit well into Thomas Tuchel system.
On a mission
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