Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has provided updates on the injuries suffered by Hakim Ziyech and Callum Hudson-Odoi.
“Both players are hopefully going to be fit for a week on Wednesday,” Lampard told a post-match media conference.
“They had scans which are showing the injuries will be two weeks, so that’s positive, particularly with Hakim.
“With Callum we didn’t know what to expect when he got injured in training a couple of days ago.”
Lampard was also proud of his young and reserve team who played against Krasnador, praising Gilmour in particular.
“Billy Gilmour was very good on his first start this season. I’m very pleased. We wanted to win but that wasn’t to be,” Lampard told BT Sport.
“I liked the discipline of the team – they had some counter-attacking moments but nothing big.”
On whether he would send Gilmour out on loan, Lampard added: “Not sure. The way he trains and plays I can see him with us. I have to make sure the pathway is right.
“Everyone was pretty good. There weren’t outstanding performances, but I asked the lads to be professional and they were.
“I don’t think we can over-analyse the group stage – we’ve won the group and it’s good progression.”