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Blow to Chelsea as they face a possible points deduction for mass fracas with Leicester.

Rudiger reveals the reason why Chelsea had to punish Leicester following his goal

Chelsea go into the final day of the 2020/21 season understanding that a win over Aston Villa will see them qualify for next season’s Champions League.

The Blues are currently third in the Premier League table on 67 points after conquering Leicester City 2-1 at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday evening.

Goals from Antonio Rudiger and Jorginho secured Thomas Tuchel’s most significant league win since his arrival back in January.

However, the game was scratched by a mass riot in the final few minutes of the game, one that was started by a poor challenge from Leicester right-back Ricardo Pereira on former teammate Ben Chilwell.

Players and coaching staff battled on the touchline, with both clubs finally charged by the FA for the ugly incident.


It is now emerging that Chelsea’s penalty may end up being far worse than Leicester’s.

As reported by the Mirror, Chelsea have unwarranted when it comes to failing to control their players and that could end in them being hit with a points deduction.

Their latest FA charge means they have now been in the dock for mass player indiscipline seven times in the last seven years.

Chelsea have also been penalized twice since being warned by English football’s governing body about their future behavior following the infamous ‘Battle of the Bridge’ with Tottenham in 2016. 

A former FA employee, one with knowledge of the disciplinary rule in English football, told the Mirror:

 “It seems there’s an issue within the club.”

Chelsea have until next Tuesday to react to their latest FA charge.

If the Blues are hit with a points cut, it could prove disastrous to their hopes of playing Champions League football next season.

The only hope for the club is the fact that they may end up acquiring the 2020/21 edition of the competition.

Chelsea play fellow English side Manchester City in next Saturday’s final and with a possible points deduction now emerging over their heads, it’s fair to say it’s a must-win game for Tuchel and his players.

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