Champions League final gives Manchester City game ‘another meaning’ says Petr Cech

The games are coming in fast for Chelsea once again who are perhaps being ‘victims’ of their own success right now.

Advancing in all possible cup competitions so far this season and getting to the final of the League Cup already, has been bringing in plenty of fixtures over December and January, and the next one doesn’t get any easier.

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The Blues travel to Manchester to face the league champions and current table toppers, Manchester City on Saturday lunchtime in the early kick off, just to make things even harder.

The two sides fought it out in the Champions League final last season and of course it was Chelsea who came out on top that night.

Blues legend and technical director Petr Cech believes that the game in the Champions League last season gives this fixture ‘another meaning’ for both sides, as he speaks about on the Chelsea website today.

“The win against Spurs in their stadium will give the team a good sense of satisfaction as well as confidence for the upcoming weeks, which are packed with important games,” Cech said.

“Now we have a huge game at City, a top-of-the-league clash and if we want to close the gap then obviously we need to go there and win, and with the recent history with the Champions League final giving this game another meaning, we are looking forward to it.”