UCL: Potter Satisfied With Chelsea Victory Against Milan

Chelsea boss Graham Potter is satisfied with his players performance against AC Milan in Tuesday’s night UEFA Champions League.

The Blues claimed their second victory of the campaign with a 2-0 victory in San Siro with Jorginho and Aubameyang on the scoresheet.

Potter in an interview with BT Sport said: 

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“To come here and win is not easy. Credit to the players.

“They were really good. We had a bit of luck with the opposition going down to 10 men.

“Overall the performance was good. It’s nice to keep a clean sheet and to come away with three points is fantastic.”

On the red card handed to former Chelsea defender, Fikayo Tomori Potter said: “It’s hard from where I’m sitting.

” It looks like he had his hand on him and Mason Mount was through on goal.

“I need to look again clearly. It’s nice for the penalty and nice for Jorginho to score.

“It was a nice move to lead to it. It is what it is. Sometimes they go for you

“It’s tricky. You want to control the game but not to be too passive.

“With the atmosphere here, one action can result in a goal, the stadium erupts and they feel like they have an extra man.”

On Mason Mount recent form he said; “He’s really important.

“He was on a yellow card and he’s played a lot of football so at half-time we gave him a breather.

“He was fantastic. He was a constant threat. I’ve been really pleased with him from the start. He’s a really important player.”

Up next for Chelsea is a trip to Villa Park in the Premier League.

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