Peter Crouch has revealed who he would have picked between Kepa and Mendy in the FA Cup final if he was Chelsea manager.
On whether he’d have dropped Mendy against Leicester in the FA Cup final, the former striker Peter Crouch wrote on his Daily Mail column: “Not a chance. I couldn’t care less how unpopular it would have made me, I would have gone with my strongest available team and then you cannot have any room for doubt.
“But I would also say this as a former player: it would have been unbelievably harsh to drop Kepa after he had played all the rounds before the final,” Peter Crouch added.
Meanwhile, many fans strongly believe Edouard Mendy would have saved Tielemans superb strike in Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley.
Chelsea would lose the final with VAR coming into play again and ruling out a valid Chelsea goal.
On Tuesday night the Blues once again will face the same opponents at Stamford Bridge in a tie that could very well determine if they play in the Champions League next season.
Thus, Mendy is likely to start ahead of Kepa in the Premier League clash. Peter Crouch Gives His Verdict On Tuchel Dropping Mendy For Kepa In The FA Cup Final