Blue Mondays: 2021’s Final International Break

The last international break of 2021 sees Chelsea players travel all over the world to represent their countries. Here’s the latest on how they’ve fared over the last week.

Written by @ArmadilloBlue1.

Edited by Ryan Bellenie (@BellenieSport).

The Last International Break of 2021:

On Thursday November 11th, Chelsea were represented on the international stage across the globe.

In South America, Brazil qualified for the 2022 World Cup with Thiago Silva leading the squad to victory against Colombia.

Chelsea’s youth were also well represented in the Under-19s, with on-loan defender Levi Colwill captaining the side towards victory.

More internationals followed with Chelsea players staring and having an impact on their countries in a variety of ways. This included goals, solid performances and missed penalties.

In more positive news, Conor Gallagher has been called up to the England senior squad for Mason Mount, as the Cobham production line continues to excel.

Manager of the Month Award:

Thomas Tuchel claimed his second Manager of the Month award as the boss picked up the prize following an unbeaten run in October.

The successful spell saw the Blues put away 14 goals scored, conceding just once in the process.

The King Power Awaits:

Chelsea travel to Leicester for the early kick-off as domestic football resumes next weekend.

Last season we played the Foxes three times and only managed just the singular win. This happened to be the 2-1 victory at the Bridge in front of 8000 returning fans.

(credit | Sky Sports Football).

The game at The King Power Stadium was a 2-0 defeat that put Leicester top of the league. The latest game will be 121st fixture between the two sides with Chelsea looking for their 59th win.


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