Antonio Rudiger a chelsea defender has recently been on the headlines after he is seen with a black mask on the pitch.
Chelsea football club under manager Thomas Tuchel will be facing aston villa on sunday to contest for the top four in the 2020-21 english premier league season.If they manage to beat aston villa,then will participate in the next season's champions league but if not,they will be limited to participate if leicester and liverpool all win their remaining matches.
The international defender suffered a facial injury late in the first leg of his side's champions league semi-final against Real madrid.
He has been wearing a mask recently and many people that the chelsea defender was just flawing.
He collided with luka modric at the end of the game,which manager Thomas Tuchel described as " a little bone injury on the side face".The international defender recently scored an opening game on the ordeal between chelsea and leicester last teusday.
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