Opponent City, Chelesa Threatened Without his King Assist

Opponent City, Chelesa Threatened Without his King Assist

LONDON – The victory over Liverpool in the Capital One Cup semi-final on Wednesday (28/01/2015) early morning turned out to produce a scapegoat for coach Jose Mourinho. Two pillars threatened absent due to injury.

One is the king Assist, Cesc Fabregas. The player who has contributed 19 assists is pulled out in the 50th minute, because experience hamstring. His role was replaced Ramires.

Mourinho has confirmed that the Spanish national team player suffered a hamstring. It is not yet known whether it can be played as Chelsea host Manchester City this weekend.

In addition to Fabregas, defender Felipe Luis also has a calf injury and was replaced by Cesar Azpilicueta in the 78th minute.

“Filipe (Luis) has a calf injury and Fabregas are having problems in his hamstring. Fabregas told me he did not feel sick, but he is expected to be available in a few moments,” said Mourinho as quoting Sky Sports News, Wednesday (28/01/2015) .