Madueke: “We need to stick together.”

In order to move past the disappointment of yesterday’s 2-2 draw against Sheffield United, Noni Madueke has emphasized how crucial it is for Chelsea’s players to remain united.
At Bramall Lane, Chelsea twice took the lead thanks to goals from Madueke and Thiago Silva. Nevertheless, neither was sufficient as Jayden Bogle and Oli McBurnie forced equalizers for the home team in each half.
After the draw, the Blues are now five points behind Manchester United in sixth place in the Premier League standings, sitting ninth. Madueke acknowledges that our draw in Sheffield represented a squandered chance to reduce that difference.

He remarked, “The way we drop points sometimes is in the palm of our hands.” “There are still games to play, so we must go again and stick together,” is all I have to say.
We still have hope that we will be able to finish where we want to. But sooner rather than later, we must stop doing that [dropping points].
Madueke’s goal in the 66th minute seemed to be enough for the Blues to win for the majority of the second half. That was untrue, which was especially aggravating in light of our thrilling victory over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge in the middle of the week.
Madueke clarified, “It was always going to be a difficult game, a different game to Manchester United at home.”

But in my opinion, we should have won the game, and up until the very end, it appeared that we would. However, we were unable to cross the boundary, which is undoubtedly disappointing.This season, our weakness has been celebrating victories too soon. We needed to keep going after the other day’s fantastic outcome.It’s the style in which the game was drawn. We really ought to have finished the points, but they deserve credit for fighting from the bottom.

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