Chelsea owner has asked to be shown the video as his lads crash Tier 2 side 6-1 during their friendly game today
Chelsea’s first football match since winning the UEFA Champions League served with a 6-1 victory, with both available strikers listing their names on the score sheet.
Tammy Abraham provided the comeback opener after Peterborough opened the score line with a penalty kick before Christian Pulisic fired Blues to half time victory.
Armando Broja came on in the second half to add to Hakim Ziyech’s hattrick with a goal and assist as Blues grinned back into the dressing room with their massive start victory.
On the club owner’s side he hasn’t been too happy with the Covid restrictions and travel bans that has restricted him from seeing his club’s games live.
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Although the Russian Billionaire was live when Chelsea managed their 1-0 victory against Manchester City on 29th but prior to this, he has mostly missed the games.
Ahead of the new season, Abramovic said in an interview with Forbes; “The ambitions are as true now as they were when I first became owner and I hope that can be seen through the work we have been doing on and off the pitch over the last 17 years.
“I think the trophies speak for themselves and show what we as a club have been able to achieve over these years,” Abramovich added.
“And it’s my goal for us to keep winning trophies going forward and build for the future.”
The owner also did promise to be more present in the club games just like the old times and he appear to already be fulfilling this promise.
Just right after the game today which wasn’t streamed on any outlet, Peterborough’s owner disclosed some club owner did ask to be shown the video of the game, which happened to be Abramovic.
Darragh McAnthony stated that the Chelsea owner had tuned in for the video as Posh media manager also added saying he was left “starry-eyed when we were asked to share our match stream with a certain football club owner”.
Abramovic hopes to be live when Chelsea take on Bournemouth on their next Pre-Season encounter.