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Chelsea boss Potter admits AC Milan clash looms as must-win

Published on: 05 October 2022

Chelsea boss Graham Potter admits they need to get their Champions League campaign up and running.

Defeat against Dinamo Zagreb in the first game of the group stages proved to be the last match for previous manager Thomas Tuchel, while Potter oversaw a 1-1 draw with RB Salzburg on matchday two.

Chelsea are bottom of Group E ahead of Wednesday's visit of AC Milan.

"We're frustrated with just one point but I thought the application of the players was fantastic," he said after the draw with RB Salzburg. "They gave everything and I was very proud of how they acted today.

"It's not been easy for them either. You know, a change of coach and all that comes with that, but their response has been brilliant. They've acted really well; professional, honest, responsible. So from an effort perspective, it was absolutely 100% there."


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