Antonio Rudiger posted a message on social media on Thursday to end his falling out with Chelsea teammate Kepa Arrizabalaga.
It’s often like that between friends. We argue, we freak out for a few days and then everything comes back to normal. For Antonio Rudiger and Kepa Arrizabalaga, it’s a bit the same. The German defender published a message on Thursday to bury the hatchet with his Spanish teammate.
“My brother,” simply launched the German international on March 28 on social networks. The former Stuttgart and Roma player also accompanied his post with a heart emoji and a photo of him and Kepa Arrizabalaga arm in arm.
Chelsea remain in the fight for the podium
Antonio Rudiger and Kepa Arrizabalaga were on the verge of coming to blows in Chelsea training the day after Chelsea’s heavy defeat against West Bromwich (2-5) last weekend in the Premier League. After a too strong tackle from the defender on his goalkeeper, the tone was raised.
It is now a thing of the past and the two partners seem to be reconciled. The great victory of the Londoners on the ground of Porto (0-2), in the first leg of the quarter-finals of the Champions League, probably helped to calm the spirits. Set off to join the last European square, the proteges of Thomas Tuchel are still struggling to finish among the top four in the league. Fifth provisional, the Blues are only five lengths behind on the podium and third place held by Leicester. To achieve this, it is better to stay united.
>> Chelsea-Porto, it’s Tuesday April 13, live on RMC Sport 2