Chelsea will welcome Real Madrid to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday after holding the side to a 1-1 draw in Spain
Thomas Tuchel claims his sides aren’t scared of losing out at the current stage of the campaign despite being considered favorite to win the trophy.
The German took over the wheel from Frank Lampard of a tough task which he overcame when he thrashed out both Atletico Madrid and F.C Porto to advance into the current stage of the competition.
Blues were the better side as Madrid played more defensive game that the attacking they used to.
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It’s expected Chelsea will go into the second leg, all hard on the former UCL champions but it’s could be otherwise after Thomas Tuchel’s recent comments.
The 47-year-old claims his side has nothing to lose should they crash out at the current stage.
“We have nothing to worry about or regret,” the former PSG boss stated.
“It will be exciting. We feel ready for a big fight and I’m sure we’ll need a big performance because Real Madrid will give us a rough time.
“I am very happy to arrive with this group in the semi-final.”
Tuchel’s last run in the UCL was with Paris Saint German where he led the side to the final but unfortunately lost out to FC Bayern Munich despite being the better side in the game.
We expect to see a really tough battle on Wednesday against a hungry Chelsea side filled with passionate youths led by a revenge tasty manager against a Los Blancos side who have their glory, name and UCL reputation to protect.
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