After the weekend's draw against Manchester United and attendance to the Ballon d'or celebrations, Thomas Tuchel and his Chelsea team were back to training yet again in preparation for the match against Watford.
"With Romelu it is pretty easy. He came on and can continue to train. There is no reaction from his injured ankle. He stayed in training and is ready to progress with minutes and this is where he is." Thomas Tuchel confirmed on the injuries he has.
There were four brilliant moments spotted during the training preparations for the tough match against Watford in their midweek fixture.
These were the four things spotted at Chelsea's training session.
Jorginho keeps heads high after missing on Ballon d'or:
The Italian was among the best players in 2021, but he missed out on the ballon d'or award. However, this did not affect his training as he kept working hard.
Timo Werner and Recce Jamed training:
The duo sustained minor knocks over the weekend against Manchester United, but they were spotted working hard in training.
Romelu Lukaku is back!;
After spending several weeks on the sidelines, Romelu Lukaku is fully fit and in contention to lead Chelsea as they play against Watford.
Kai Havertz looking sharp:
The German player who has been on form was spotted training hard alongside Christian Pulisic as they seek to impress and be given a chance to impress.
What are your predictions?
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