LONDON -After detained Southampton with a score of 1-1 at St Mary’s Stadium, Chelsea captain John Terry hopes his colleagues quiet addressing these results. According to the 34-year-old man, a positive result is not always up to his team in every match live. Therefore, the team must fight staring ahead in order to reach a point by point.
Former National Team England skipper was also commented on the course of action against the Saints, Sunday (11/29/2014) night. According to him, the Blues aggrieved by the decision of the referee Anthony Taylor, who led the course of action, especially when the moment Cesc Fabregas dropped Southampton defender, Matt Target.
“We were sharper in the second half. We know this when we play well and other teams want to complicate our. Currently, we are at the top and all the teams want to beat us, “he said as quoting Sportsmole, Tuesday (12/30/2014).
“Now it is time for us to reunite. We played good football and it was important for him to show the hallmark and our mentality while playing. To demonstrate this, we must calm the play, “he concluded.
Although only a draw last night, the team owned by Roman Abramovich was determined to be a part of the season the Premier League champions 2014-2015, after devouring 19 games with the acquisition of 46 points, three ahead of second place Manchester City.