Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has admitted that the season has been tough for the Blues but will want to end on positive note.
Chelsea forward Antonio Rudiger has admitted that the Blues are facing tough season but will like to end it on a positive not.
The Blues were not in good shape before former manager Frank Lampard was sacked and Thomas Tuchel was employed.
Rudiger who is happy that the team is not on top of their game and now in two cup final and also fight for the top four in the League.
“It’s been a crazy season”’ he said. “From the mental point, it has been really, really tough for me. I would say it was the toughest I had so far in my career.
“But at the end of the day, it’s so good to be in two finals and we are still fighting for the top four battle as well.
“Maybe in the league we were not as good but we still managed to win trophies and be in some finals so that shows this club is all about silverware.”
The defender further spoke about facing Leicester City in the FA Cup final later today as he admits they are a difficult team to face.
“You have to be at your top against them because they are a very difficult team, they have very good players overall and also they have a very good manager,” Rudiger added.
“Obviously it’s a final so they will tighten up and we will also tighten up because we know these type of games.
“We know how to play them and this is what we have to do. We have to bring 100 per cent and be focused all the time.”