Porto's manager, Sergio Conceicao is panic meet the Chelsea the blues tonight. The reason for all his panics was revealed by himself as he stated that, the club has their first losing game under the German staticsian and manager Thomas Tuchel to a 19th position english premier league club, West Brom in the premier league.
He thinks the lost of Chelsea's game last week may ginger them to play massively against his club Porto.
But Porto's manager Sergio also believes his boys will impress him too. Since he has told his players to be vigilant about the danger Chelsea team may opposes.
Sergio Conceicao also believes the early sent off Thiago Silva changed the game completely and if he had played would have make the game different too. He told his players, " Chelsea until their last match has been competent. They have played very well in the Champions league this season losing to no team and has concerned only 2 goals." He continued saying," They are competent team, and when these defeats happen it serves as warning"
He even concluded to the players that Chelsea won the game in his sight since they played very well with their 10 players even though they conceeded a lot of goals.
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