Chelsea has been at one of its lowest moments since the international break, with the Blues suffering heavy defeats at the hands of Brentford and Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge, respectively.
Fans speculated that Thomas Tuchel’s family troubles, in addition to the punishments, may have had an impact on the squad’s performance, but the club has come out on top
Having lost 3-1 against Napoli in the first leg of the 2012 Champions League and being replaced by Robert Di Mateo, the team went on to win the competition 4-1 in the second leg and went on to win the competition.
This came after a 5-2 thrashing of Leicester City in the FA Cup quarterfinals, in which they also went on to win the trophy.
Even though Chelsea was victorious against Southampton, 6–0, the unsolved issue we all await is if they will be able to defeat Real Madrid, much less win the Champions League, as they did against Napoli in 2012.