Chelsea sent a good number into the international stages to play in the Euros. The Blues were the leading since most Chelsea players represent their countries well. The competition has however been stiff and prior elimination has happened.
The Chelsea players who have crashed out of the competition are as follows. The first one was Billy Gilmour who plays for Scotland. He could not make it through from the group stages. He also missed the last match due to Covid-19. The second player is Mateo Kovacic who plays for Croatia. He was removed by dominant Spain. Three French players have also joined the rest and are expected to return to Chelsea camp. N’Golo Kante, Olivier Giroud and Kurt Zouma were eliminated by Switzerland. The three Blues will have to wait for another Euro Competition. We wait for another intense match between Germany and England where six Chelsea players are involved. Three Chelsea players must go home after the game however.
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