Chelsea will seek victory against Juventus in Tuesday's match within Group H of the Champions League with the claim to end up as the leader of this group at the end of this phase.
Before the match, the coach of the "Blues" of London, Thomas Tuchel, hinted that the victory is very important for his team, but also briefly discussed the possibility for the owner of the club to be present in the stands in this match. Roman Abramovich.
In fact, Abramovich is known for his rare visits to the club and his presence in the stands to follow his team closely is news.
"First and foremost, he is a big fan of football and is in love with the game and its details. He wants to know what is going on and we keep him informed. We give our best no matter if the owner is here or not. He will watch us closely even if he is not here. "We do a show on a daily basis and that is tireless work to make him and all our supporters happy that are in the stadium tomorrow," said Tuchel.
Chelsea is currently the European champion, while it is fighting on all fronts this season as well. They are at the top of the Premier League table with three points more than Manchester City in second place.