Mason Mount led the path to Chelsea’s UCL victory with a superb first UCL goal but insists the job is only 50% done.
Mason Mount believes Chelsea are still halfway to actualizing their Quarter final qualification despite a 2-goal lead against FC Porto.
Blues produced a confident performance which rewarded them with a deserved victory against a determined FC Porto side.
With Mount announcing his presence with a super fine turn in the 18-yard box before firing right into the far corner and Chilwell’s mind relaxing goal, Chelsea grabbed unto a first leg crucial victory.
Although it was a really hard fought one, Chelsea were still able to stay afloat as they edged past the Portuguese side.
“We obviously got the goal first half and then late on in the second, and that obviously secured a good win. But that’s only half the tie, we’ve still got the second leg to go.”
Ahead of their second leg tie which will be held on same stage, Mason Mount dished out warnings to his teammates.
Mount stated that their Wednesday night’s victory is only 50% job done as he expects FC Porto to return stronger in the second legs.
“The job is not done. They are going to come and fight for the next leg and we’re going to have to give it our all again,” the English man added.
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