- Ben Chilwell and Kurt Zouma made light of Antonio Rudiger and Kepa Arrizabalaga's spat
- The German and the Spaniard got into a serious scuffle barely 24hrs after the loss to West Brom
- Chelsea are getting ready to face FC Porto in their Champions League quarter-finals first leg
Ben Chilwell and Kurt Zouma jokingly demonstrated Antonio Rudiger training ground row with Kep Arrizabalaga recently, Daily Mail
The center-back and the goalkeeper clashed shortly after Chelsea's 5-2 loss to West Brom which resulted in Thomas Tuchel sending home the German defender.
Things have since returned to normal as the Blues are currently preparing for their crucial Champions League clash away at Porto.
In their recent training session in Cobham, Chilwell pretended to punch Zouma as they walked into the pitch from their changing rooms.
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It all started when the French defender and Reece James got onto the pitch then Chilwell got behind him and softly punched him on his shoulder.
Zouma enjoyed every bit of the joke as they all laughed it off unlike the tense confrontation between Rudiger and Kepa.
Rudiger was sent off after delivering a late tackle on Kepa in a small-sided training match but the German apologized for his actions and the pair made up.
Chelsea's only chance of winning a trophy this season lies in the Champions League after being knocked in other domestic competitions this season.
Tuchel's men's loss to West Brom has now opened the top-four race as West Ham United have overtaken the Blues while Jose Mourinho Tottenham's are three points within touching distance.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Thomas Tuchel has restricted Timo Werner from practicing how to score goals and compared the 25-year-old's situation in front of goal to dating, The Sun.
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The German striker came under attack after missing a sitter during his country's shock defeat to North Macedonia in the World Cup qualifiers.
He also provided the assist to Mason Mount's goal in the Blues 5-2 loss to West Brom which he would have normally finished on his own.
And Tuchel used the analogy of trying to date a lady to suggest that Werner should not force things.