Sports News of Tuesday, 5 December 2017
Ghanaian international, Thomas Teye Partey, played full 90 minutes for Atletico Madrid as they held Chelsea to a 1-1 in the last round of matches in the UEFA Champions League at the Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.
The highly rated Ghanaian player was once again deployed at the right wing-back position and was very effective for the Spanish giants who couldn’t progress to the next round of the competition as the set to feature in the Europa League.
Moses was handed his second consecutive start by coach Antonio Conte following his full recovery from the hamstring injury that ruled him out for six weeks.
Get All The Latest Politics Here – GhanaCrusader Political News Saul Niguez goal saw Chelsea chasing leadership of the group with Roma temporarily replacing them as group leaders as they were at that time leading Qarabag 1-0.
Atletico Madrid couldn’t hold unto their lead as Dejan Savic own goal helped Chelsea to level scores as Atletico finished the group with seven points.
Roma topped the group with Chelsea placed second despite finishing on the same 11 points