Antonio Speaks Out
Chelsea defender, Antonio Rudiger has hit out at his colleagues for neglecting to win yesterday’s Chief Class diversion against West Ham.
Javier Hernandez’s strike counterbalanced Cesar Azpilicueta’s objective consummation the amusement in a 1-1 draw.
Miserable with his group’s forward line for neglecting to put the diversion outside of anyone’s ability to see, Rudiger hammered the group for letting their level “drop” yet again.
“I think we asked. We asked for the objective,” he revealed to Sky Games after the match.
“I think in the second half we can complete the amusement. Be that as it may, similar to the most recent couple of months we didn’t and we yield.
“For me, it is difficult to clarify. I don’t comprehend why after 1-0 we generally drop and let the rival kick it into high gear more ball ownership.
“Like the most recent weeks once more, we give them a blessing. I imagine that was the primary possibility they have.”
It was Chelsea’s first diversion after legend Beam Wilkins’ demise, Rudiger deplored that they couldn’t give him the send-off he merited.