Another good news for Chelsea in just one day; Chelsea captain Caesar Azpilicueta has been discharged from the hospital following career threatening injury.
Although a lot of would believe things are not going very well for Chelsea at this time we believe at least something is going well for the team at this time as Azplicueta returns from prolonged hospital visit.
Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta has been discharged from hospital after suffering a concussion during Saturday’s home defeat by Southampton.
Azpilicueta lay motionless on the pitch after being struck in the face by Sekou Mara as the Saints substitute attempted an overhead kick.
The Spain defender, 33, received oxygen treatment for several minutes before being taken off on a stretcher, though he was conscious as he left the field.
Chelsea said he was “recovering well”.
In a statement on Tuesday, the Blues added: “The club’s medical team are closely monitoring Cesar’s condition, adhering to the important concussion protocols in place to ensure his safety.
“Cesar observed training today, before he starts working towards returning to the pitch.”