Fikayo Tomori sends warning to Chelsea ahead of AC Milan clash

Fikayo Tomori was angry after defeat to Chelsea last week.

AC Milan will host the Blues at San Siro tonight for the return leg of the Champions League group-stage tie.

They were thrashed 3-0 by Chelsea in the first-leg of their meeting at Stamford Bridge.

Former Blues defender Fikayo Tomori is determined to set the record straight when he welcomes Chelsea tonight at San Siro.

“As a matter of fact I was very angry after the game against Chelsea, so that was my feeling,” said Tomori. “Of course I was happy and it was very good for me to score the goal (against Juventus), but my feeling was still very angry after that performance, and it had to be cancelled out completely.

“And it was a good way in any case to do it by scoring a goal. I think for us we knew that it wasn’t us (against Chelsea), we didn’t play as we have been playing since I’ve been here.

“Especially in a tough game at a big stadium in the Champions League, that’s when we want to show it and we didn’t really do it. So it was disappointing for us.
“Now we have another chance a week after in front of our fans to put that game against Chelsea to bed and hopefully put in a good performance and get a result.”


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