Chelsea are looking forward to making important step into then winning big trophies this season. With Champions League one of the tough competition where blues faced AC Milan in the last night group stage encounter at the Bridge.
Meanwhile previously the West London failed to win against the likes of Dinamo Zagreb and Rb Salzburg. And with goals from a well playing Fofana, Aubameyang and Reece James. Ensured Graham Potter side picked first three points in the competition in a 3-0 scoreline.
However according to Sunsport report Fofana appeared to be in tears as he hobbled off the pitch. With an injury during the first half of Chelsea against the Italians last night.
Fofana opened the scoring on 24 minutes but 14 minutes later he picked up a knee injury which made Graham replace him in a huge blow with Chalobah. It's not clear the intensity of the injury and the manager will be hoping he will not be out for a long time especially. After he arrived in last summer to assist in the defensive duties.
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