Thomas Tuchel has revealed Trevoh Chalobah needed to have “surgical procedure” within the Wembley dressing room to get his marriage ceremony deal with stitched up.
Chalobah was left in excruciating ache after an X-rated problem by Liverpool ’s Naby Keita throughout the Carabao Cup remaining on Sunday.
Chelsea defender Chalobah was fuming at referee Stuart Attwell for not taking motion after he was left with a nasty gash in his groin space.
However Chalobah bravely performed on and may very well be within the squad to face Luton within the FA Cup on Wednesday evening after having stitches to the wound after the sport.
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Blues boss Tuchel mentioned: “I might say he has proven some balls – however that might be the incorrect line!
“I couldn’t imagine what I noticed after the match. There was surgical procedure actually in our dressing room and I’m not joking.
“They had been stitching him up. I couldn’t imagine it. After the match, after the press convention once I left they had been doing the stitches, I simply heard him scream. It seemed horrible.
“I went in and noticed it, it seemed horrible and I couldn’t imagine he performed yet another minute with this type of harm however he performed the remainder of the match and scored a penalty within the shoot-out.
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“That is actually huge. However he was actually courageous to do that. You may not look away. That they had surgical procedure, there have been stitches there. He was the one one with the medical doctors and I heard the noise.
“Critically, it was a correct lower, very near the world of the groin. It was open and it wanted to be closed. He was very robust and he has my full respect.”
Tuchel says he has a raft of accidents and doesn’t wish to give away info to Luton however says Chalobah is able to play.
He added: “I made a decision to not say as a result of we’ve so lots of the gamers overloaded and, with these form of accidents, I don’t wish to give an excessive amount of info and make preparation for Luton a bit too straightforward. I don’t wish to do it.”