New Chelsea manager, Graham Potter was hoping to help Chelsea record their first win in the game against Salzburg on Wednesday night in the UEFA champions league this season, considering that they lost their very first game with Dinamo Zagreb which contributed to Tuchel’s sack as Chelsea’s manager.
Graham slightly changed the lineup in the match against Austrian side, RB Salzburg on Wednesday night. The very intense game saw no team score in the first half.
Three minutes into the second half, Graham Potter’s side took the lead as Raheem Sterling scored a goal for Chelsea, after receiving an assist from Mason mount.
Salzburg players continued to press Chelsea’s defense with the hope of scoring, and their resilience finally paid off, as two Nigerians spoiled Graham Potter’s chance of recording his first win as Chelsea’s manager. Noah Okafor equalized for Salzburg after receiving an assist from fellow Nigerian, Chukwubuikem Adamu 75 minutes into the game.