Marcos Alonso says the training ground burst up is nothing new and only shows how determined the team is towards victory
Barely 24-hours West Bromwich Albion stunned Chelsea in a 5-2 scoreline, Rudiger and Kepa were disclosed to be involved in a training ground burst up.
Although the issue which even had Rudiger sent in from the training ground earlier, has been resolved and both stars settled professional.
Speaking ahead of their clash on Wednesday against FC Porto for the UEFA Champions League Quarter Finals, Alonso stated the burst up wasn’t something new.
‘These are things that happen,’ Alonso told beinSPORT. ‘It shows there is a level of competition in the team, the hunger.
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‘We saw it on the training [ground] and it’s good for the team. Even before training finished, it was all good.
‘It’s nothing new. It’s always happened. It will still happen. The thing we need to take is the positives and move on and get ready for the next game.’
Chelsea are tasked with overcoming the nightmares of being humiliated by a relegation embattled side to bringing home all 3 points during their visit to Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan.
For Thuchel, the loss serves as a wake up call and Blues need to get back on track as soon as possible.
Speaking after the game, the German said; ‘After 14 or 15 matches unbeaten we cannot lose our head now and we cannot take away the trust that we have in these players.
‘We have to accept it now as our first loss together and it is important to find a way to deal with it all together.‘