Chelsea remain stronger against Real Madrid ahead of their second encounter in the UEFA Champions League
The Blues are undoubtedly the stronger side against Real Madrid as both sides warm up for their UEFA Champions League Quarters.
Chelsea are edging towards retaining the trophy while Real Madrid wish to reclaim their throne as Europeans Best club.
While still under the directions of Thomas Tuchel, it’s very much clear Real Madrid will have a very hard time cracking Chelsea defense line.Embed from Getty Images
The last time both teams met, Madrid were still under the management of Zinedine Zidane who made history with the club as a coach.
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Chelsea were the stronger side in the game back then, despite Madrid being in a better form compared to today, and it’s also clear Chelsea are waxing stronger with also the addition of Romelu Lukaku who however is yet to find his form.Embed from Getty Images
While out on international break, former Chelsea attacker Didier Drogba dropped his verdict for the game.
According to Drogba, Chelsea may have the upper hand if Real Madrid fail to up their game and repeat same performance as Barcelona.
Speaking to BBC, Drogba said; “Real Madrid are hungry for the trophy because it’s has been a long time. Yes! We know.
“But it can never be possible to win Chelsea if they play as they did play against Barcelona. There performances have been very poor and they should know that already.Embed from Getty Images
“We [Chelsea] are the European Champions and we want to make history and Madrid must work harder than they have ever done if they want to stop it.
“Am not saying it will be a walk in the park for Chelsea, am just saying that Real Madrid will need to put up a good fight if they want a meaningful result next month.
With the players out on international break, both Tuchel and Ancelotti are surely back fine-tuning their tactics for the big day.