Chelsea suffered a shocking 1-3 defeat against Real Madrid last night at Stamford Bridge which leaves them a whole lot to do in the return leg at the Santiago Bernabeu next week.
However, Mason Mount is confident that the tie is not over yet. He told Chelseafc.com: “We know how tough it’s going to be at their place and we need to regroup.
It starts tomorrow, getting together as a group and attacking every single game 100 percent until the end of the season because every game is a final now – in the Premier League, the Champions League, and FA Cup.
“We’ve got a massive mountain to climb next week, but we’re Chelsea. If there’s a team that can do it, it’s us. We’ll give it everything.”
“We’ve got that hunger and desire to really accomplish something. We’re a group that really sticks together and we’re going to have to do that massively, from now until the end of the season.
“We have to stick together, to be a family, attack every game, that’s what we have left. Anything is possible. We have to attack it, think positively and anything can happen.”
There are no away goals this season in the Champions League so the Blues still have a decent chance to come back here as a two-goal deficit isn’t the end of the world.
However, it will surely be a tough task. Hopefully, Thomas Tuchel’s men can mount a historic comeback.