Marc Cucurella Apologizes for Blunder

Graham Potter

Chelsea defender Marc Cucurella has now taken to social media to apologize to Raheem Sterling for not setting him up for a goal last night.

Marc Cucurella Apologizes

He openly apologized for not setting up a simple goal. That would have given the Blues the lead against Tottenham, according to a comment on the England international’s Instagram page.
Cucurella was Levi Colwill’s half-time introduction after he appeared to have lost his mind in a furious London derby just before the interval.
The scoreboard only partially reflects the fact that Chelsea ultimately prevailed 4-1 away from home. Against the lone remaining undefeated team in the league.

Match Facts

Even though the Blues were down to nine players in the second half. They were still having a lot of difficulty stopping Spurs’ distinctive high-line strategy.

Marc Cucurella and Sterling hammered home a goal when they found themselves clean through, giving them one of their finest opportunities.

Chelsea were once again agitated. But the Spaniard chose not to play his teammate and instead watched as a shot was charged down.
After seventy-five minutes, the Blues made their breakthrough. As they finally put the game to bed, Nicolas Jackson, who had laboured throughout, scored the first of what would ultimately be three goals.

Takes to Social media

Cucurella apologised on Instagram after the game for not making things a little bit simpler a little while earlier.
He wrote, “Sorry bro,” on Sterling’s post.

Even if those specific instances will eventually be forgotten when considering the outcome. Mauricio Pochettino will still be concerned about what he witnessed from his side.

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