Chelsea’s Andreas Christensen ‘flies to Milan to get face mask fitted’


Chelsea’s Andreas Christensen ‘flies to Milan to get face mask fitted’ in bid to be in good shape for Tottenham showdown immediately after breaking his nose in clash with Anthony Martial

  • Andreas Christensen was unintentionally struck by Anthony Martial’s elbow
  • He travelled to Milan to see a professional to match a experience mask on Wednesday
  • The defender qualified in the protecting mask for the to start with time on Thursday 

Andreas Christensen appears set to be suit for Chelsea‘s showdown with Tottenham this weekend right after reportedly jetting off to Milan to have a facial area mask fitted.

The Danish defender broke his nose following receiving an accidental elbow to the facial area in a clash with Anthony Martial for the duration of Monday night’s defeat by Manchester United.

But he has long gone the added garden by traveling to Italy to see a professional on Wednesday, in accordance to The Athletic.

Andreas Christensen broke his nose during Chelsea's defeat by Manchester United

Andreas Christensen broke his nose throughout Chelsea’s defeat by Manchester United

The Danish defender received an accidental elbow to the face from Anthony Martial

The Danish defender gained an accidental elbow to the facial area from Anthony Martial

He has had a specific mask equipped that will enable him to keep on actively playing, and he managed to get as a result of a training session with it on for the initially time on Thursday.

Christensen experienced to be taken off at 50 percent time at Stamford Bridge as he was bleeding into his mouth.

It is not yet clear how extensive he will be pressured to dress in the protecting mask for.

The 23-12 months-outdated will turn out to be the most up-to-date in a lengthy line of Chelsea players who have had to engage in whilst carrying a mask in modern a long time.

He has had to fly to Milan to have a protective face mask fitted so he can continue playing

He has experienced to fly to Milan to have a protective facial area mask fitted so he can go on taking part in

It is a record that includes Petr Cech, Paulo Ferreira, John Terry, Gary Cahill, Cesar Azplicueta, Nemanja Matic, Ramires, Cesc Fabregas, Demba Ba, Fernando Torres, Diego Costa and Pedro.

Christensen has started off Chelsea’s last 5 Premier League game titles and will be desperate to line up in opposition to rivals Spurs on Saturday.

The two fulfill at Stamford Bridge at lunchtime, with Frank Lampard’s side just a stage forward of their opponents in fourth. 

Fernando Torres also wore a mask

So too Cesar Azpiliecueta

He’ll be latest Chelsea participant, including Fernando Torres and Cesar Azpiliecueta to dress in just one

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