What Antonio Rudiger did to Alvaro Morata in Chelsea tunnel as Christian Pulisic sends warning
Pulisic sends warning
It has not been an easy season for Christian Pulisic. He started Chelsea’s opening two games of the campaign – the UEFA Super Cup and Premier League opener against Crystal Palace – but then tested positive for Covid-19. Unarguably, he has been reintroduced slowly by Thomas Tuchel; there were substitute appearances against Malmo and Burnley and two while away with the USMNT. infoguidenigeria
“It has been a long couple of months,” Pulisic said after the game when he reflected on his ankle injury. “It is tough to not be able to play, do what I love and help my team. I am thrilled to be back and it is great to be back within the team.
“I would say, as far as fitness, I am close to where I want to be but that I can still improve and that comes with minutes. I played it quite smart in how I came back with not too much too soon. It has been really good. I am happy with the way I feel right now.” Jamb result
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How Rudiger welcomed Morata back
During the summer transfer window of 2017, Chelsea spent an initial £60million to sign Alvero Morata from Real Madrid but after a positive start, his form deteriorated and his confidence evaporated. He would spend just 18 months at Stamford Bridge before signing for Atletico Madrid on a loan deal that would later become permanent.
In the Chelsea tunnel before the game, Morata shared an embrace and quick chat with Antonio Rudiger. There was also a short catch-up with Callum Hudson-Odoi, who was only just breaking into the first-team set-up during the striker’s time at Chelsea.
When the Spanish international was brought off in the second period by Massimiliano Allegri, he made a point of greeting those within the Chelsea backroom staff whom he knew from his time in west London.
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