Good news to Chelsea despite losing 4-1 to Brentford
CHELSEA suffered an unexpectedly and embarrassing defeat to Brentford in the ongoing English Premier League on Saturday.
It was an home defeat but is there much consolation you can take after 4-1 loss at home, having had the lead? Probably not, but we will try out best.
Chelsea have been smashed by Brentford at home this afternoon, in the kind of game that can make or break a team depending on how they respond.
Along the way there looked to be a few knocks picked up, but the only sliver of good news that Blues fans can look back on from the game was that none of them ended up being serious.
Edouard Mendy went down a couple of times flexing his knee, and was attended to by the physio a few times, and Kai Havertz looked like he’d had a bang on the head at the end too, but Thomas Tuchel insisted that all his changes were tactical, and reported no new injuries.
Reece James got a run out too, and we expect him to start against Real Madrid in midweek.
The good news is that no injury worries as the Blues are in good shape to face La Liga giants, Real Madrid in the Quarter Final of the UEFA Champions League.