- Marcos Alonso says rows among Chelsea stars will only bring positive results
- This comes after the Blues were beaten at home in Premier League tie by West Brom
- Antonio Rudiger and Kepa Arrizabalaga had issues the second day at training ground
Marcos Alonso who currently plays for Premier League side Chelsea has explained that he is not worried about the rows among the players during and after their home loss against West Brom.
To the surprise of many football fans around the world, Chelsea were beaten 5-2 by West Brom in their last Premier League game over the weekend at Stamford Bridge.
Since Thomas Tuchel took over from Frank Lampard as manager of the Blues, the Stamford Bridge landlords have been impressive in all competitions.
After the heartbreaking defeat against West Brom, defender Antonio Rudiger and goalkeeper Arrizabalaga clashed at training ground even though they were on the bench against the visitors.
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According to the report on Mirror, something was said between the pair in which they transferred the row to the training ground the following day.
Marcos Alonso stated clearly that what happened would still occur again and it will make the team to be more stronger.
''These are things that happen and it shows the level of competition and commitment in the team and the hunger which is very good for us.
''Even before we finished training, it was all good and there is nothing new, it has always happened.''
Meanwhile, Chelsea Football Club are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League table with 51 points after 30 games and they will face Porto in their next game which is in the Champions League.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea stars Antonio Rudiger and Kepa Arrizabalaga were said to have light up Stamford Bridge negatively after having an altercation during their training session over the weekend.
The ugly incident took place at the Cobhams training complex on Sunday, April 4, barely one day after the Blues were hammered 5-2 by West Bromwich Albion.
Thomas Tuchel's men were not at their best during the clash, with Thiago Silva being sent off at the half-hour mark for a second booking.
The red card sparked a capitulation in Chelsea's camp as the visitors took full advantage of their numerical deficiency to hammer them.