Thiago Silva, Jorginho and Mason Mount seen celebrating Chelsea's final goal against Atletico
By jkeno | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 7875 views
Chelsea overpowered Atletico Madrid in the second leg match despite not having players like Thiago Silva , Jorginho and Mason Mount on the squad. However Thiago Silva , Jorginho and Mason Mount's support for the team was evident while celebrating the last goal scored by Emerson who had his first touch to be a goal.Thiago Silva, Mount, and Jorginho were loving life after Pulisic set up Emerson to put the finishing touch on Chelsea’s win
Thiago Silva was also spotted giving advice to the players which was really encouraging. The 3 centre back used by Thomas Tuchel proved a great threat against Simeone's side.
Tuchel became the first manager to ever defeat Diego Simeone over two legs in the champions league knockout with out having Christiano Ronaldo on his team.
Kante performance was something else. Not just back to his best, but perhaps his best performance, among many great performances, for Chelsea.
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