Mauricio Pochettino Discloses Injury to Moises Caicedo
It seems as though you can’t attend a Chelsea game these days without worrying about one or more injured players and bracing yourself for the worst.
As the crisis worsens, Chelsea supporters now have to wait anxiously after games to learn the scan findings and assess the players’ condition following yet another injury.
In Chelsea’s 2-0 victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage last night, a few players raised some questions.
It was fantastic to see Moises Caicedo play what was perhaps his best game to date while wearing a Chelsea shirt. However, it wasn’t ideal to witness the midfield player limp off at the conclusion of the match following an altercation with the former Blue Willian. Both of them struck knees, forcing Caicedo to remove himself.
Fortunately, though, it appears to have been no more serious than bruising—or at least that is what Mauricio Pochettino is reporting and hoping.
According to quotes from The Metro, Pochettino stated: “Hopefully, there is nothing wrong with Caicedo, but he did sustain a contusion.” Though it was a contusion, he felt exhausted.