A three-word message from Thiago Silva to Mauricio Pochettino follows the Chelsea manager’s demand to Burnley.
When Chelsea plays Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday, they will be gunning to extend their winning run to two games.
Before Chelsea plays Burnley, Thiago Silva sends a message to Mauricio Pochettino. On Saturday afternoon, Vincent Kompany will greet the Blues at Turf Moor as both teams attempt to move up the Premier League standings before the international break.
Chelsea enters the match having recently defeated Fulham in the English Premier League and Brighton in the Carabao Cup. The west Londoners seem to have finally turned the corner after a rough start to the season, and Pochettino will be eager to continue his team’s winning run.
In the Premier League, Burnley is presently third from the bottom. But last week, the Clarets defeated Luton Town 2-1 on Tuesday to record their first victory of the year.
Although Chelsea has only lost once to Burnley in all competitions since 2009—winning 11 and drawing four—Silva is aware that his team may face challenges in this match. The Brazil international said, “Focused on Saturday [eyes and blue heart emoji]” alongside a series of training photos that she shared on Instagram prior to the match.
Monday night, after Chelsea defeated Fulham, Pochettino particularly told his players to “keep pushing.” “In football, you always need to be ready for everything,” stated the 51-year-old. We are currently concentrating on trying to get ready for the challenging game of SAT.
“After two wins, it’s to keep working and give the players confidence.” Continue creating the strategy so that they have the best resources possible to perform, and when you never stop trying, you will eventually get what you deserve and be ecstatic for the players.
“I’m ready for Saturday and to recover every player, hopefully with no major problems. Then, on Saturday, we can select the top XI to participate.
“In football, you need to be ready for everything,” Pochettino continued. We are currently concentrating on getting ready for Saturday’s challenging upcoming game. After two wins, I believe it’s critical for the players to feel relieved.
“At that point, we were playing well, so we kept working and giving them the equipment they needed to play well. I’m ecstatic for the athletes. Now that we’re ready for Saturday, we just need to get the players back and hope there aren’t any major problems so we can field a strong team.