The UEFA Champions League returns as Chelsea football club look to take a huge step into the Semi final stage of the prestigious competition. Chelsea take on Fc Porto in their quarter final second leg match which is due to take place in Spain, because of Covid-19.
Chelsea have the advantage going into the second leg after an impressive 2-0 victory away from home, but the absence of their star midfielder, N'golo Kante will be a big blow to the London side. N'golo Kante is on the brink of missing out on tomorrow's clash due to injury.
N'golo Kante sustained a hamstring injury during his country's 2022 World Cup Qualifiers against Ukraine. The midfielder is yet to feature in any of Chelsea's game since his return from international duty. Thomas Tuchel said on his match conference today, that he will not risk N'golo Kante in Chelsea's match against Fc Porto until he his 100% fit.
Chelsea will be hoping for a positive result on N'golo Kante before their match against Fc Porto.
Is N'golo Kante a big wary for Chelsea Fc in their UEFA Champions League match against Fc Porto?
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