The game of the season will take place on Wednesday at Stamford Bridge when Chelsea hosts the most successful team in Champions League history, Real Madrid, in the competition’s quarterfinals. Both the Blues and Los Blancos have had a completely different start to the domestic campaign after the international break recently though. This only makes things even more interesting in the build-up to the highly anticipated clash.
Chelsea hosted mid-table side Brentford and the Blues were simply played off the park, losing the game 4-1. Thomas Tuchel described the result as a blip and nothing more. However, it feels like all the problems surrounding the club are finally getting to the manager and the squad. Knowing the Chelsea manager throughout his brief tenure though, you can expect his full commitment toward getting a positive result against Real Madrid.