Chelsea Midfielder Ziyech ‘Not Satisfied’ With Sevilla Point

By Daily sports on October 22, 2020

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Chelsea midfielder Hakim Ziyech wasn’t satisfied with their Champions League opener against Sevilla.

The match marked the former Ajax star's 50th in the competition.

“It was a difficult game, we knew in advance that Sevilla is a good team with quality on the ball. They won the Europa League last year. It was difficult to find the space. All in all, we have a point, we cannot be satisfied with that immediately,” Ziyech said.

“It’s good for me for now. I especially want to play football, because I was out of it for a number of weeks. Everything is new, so I still have to get used to some things. But I don’t put pressure on myself and I know what to do.

“The relationship with my teammates is good, they have made me feel at home.

“I’m not there yet, because I haven’t played any matches for a long time. The injury came at an unfortunate time. I try to stay calm and everything will come by itself.”

“Fifty? It is of course a dream for everyone to play in the Champions League,” Ziyech added. “I am happy that this was already the fiftieth game.” (Tribal Football)

•PHOTO: Hakim Ziyech 

Source Daily sports

Posted October 22, 2020


 

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