“He is really good” – Potter gives credit to Chelsea star after win over Milan

“He is really good” – Potter gives credit to Chelsea star after win over Milan

Following Tuesday’s 2-0 victory over AC Milan in the UEFA Champions League, Chelsea manager Graham Potter praised his team.

Fikayo Tomori, a former Blues defender, was sent off early in Chelsea’s victory over AC Milan at San Siro.

Tomori was given the boot for tripping Chelsea player Mason Mount in the penalty area, which Jorginho converted.

Pierre-Emerick For Potter’s team, Aubameyang extended the lead, allowing the Premier League team to defeat the Serie A champions.

However, Reece James’ limping off in the second half dealt Chelsea and England a setback.

In his post-game press conference, Potter noted that his team performed admirably against the home team.

“It’s hard to come here and win. Bravo to the athletes. They were excellent. Due to the opponent being reduced to 10 men, we had some luck.

“The performance was strong overall. Keeping a clean sheet is good, and getting three points is fantastic, said Potter.

“It’s hard from where I’m sitting,” Potter continued in reference to Tomori’s red card. Mason Mount appeared to be through on goal when he appeared to have his hand on him. I need to refocus my vision. It’s fantastic that Jorginho scored and that there was a penalty. The action that brought it about was good. What is, is what is. They may target you on occasion.

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