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Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel admits his team have little chance of turning around against Real Madrid in the quarter-finals but will fight back.

Chelsea lost the first game of the Champions League quarter-finals at Stamford Bridge against Real Madrid last week, and Tuchel admits the team was at a huge disadvantage in coming. Visit Santiago Bernabeu, Game Two “It’s not a good opportunity. When looking at the first game Competitions, competitors and the field we play It’s unlikely we’ll be able to. But we will try And we will play to the best of our ability.” “Because this is what we will do. It’s a big night And we will try to stay in better shape than the first game ufabet.”

“It’s one of the most challenging away games at the Bernabeu, especially if you want results. So it’s almost impossible. But it’s worth trying.” “We have to be stronger. We are not working hard enough. We were at a huge disadvantage against Real Madrid in terms of physical condition. we need strength We weren’t good enough last game.” “Last season We had two games at Stamford Bridge empty, but we played very aggressively. This time we dominate the ball. We had a problem with the timing of being pressed. We have to find a way to play stronger than ever.”