Two Chelsea Players Clash During Training, One Sent Home After Doing This
By BlackGist | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 10384 views
It was a bad day for Chelsea yesterday on April 3rd, after they were trounced 5-2 by West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge. Braces from Mattheus Pereira, Calum Robinson and Diagne were enough to down the Blues who got their goals from Christian Pulisic and Mason Mount.
According to Telegraph, it has now emerged that Antonio Rudiger was dismissed from the training ground on Sunday after he clashed with his teammate Kepa Arrizabalaga. The German international was the guilty one after he tackled the goalkeeper towards the end of the session.
Hot temper flared up and this made their teammates together with Thomas Tuchel to separate the two from escalating things further. However, Rudiger wasn't calming down and this made the German tactician to send him earlier than expected.
Antonio Rudiger has so far apologized for the chaos caused and he might be one of the players who will be travelling to Spain for Champions League quarter final against Portuguese champion, Porto.
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