Thiago Silva posts ‘three-word’ message on social media as Chelsea boss makes Burnley demand ahead of clash

Thiago Silva has sent a message to Mauricio Pochettino before of Chelsea’s match against Burnley. On Saturday afternoon, Vincent Kompany will welcome the Blues to Turf Moor as both sides try to climb the Premier League rankings before the international break.


Chelsea enters the game after victories against Brighton in the Carabao Cup and Fulham in the English Premier League. Following a difficult start to the season, the west Londoners appear to have turned a corner, and Pochettino will be eager to extend his team’s winning streak.

Burnley is currently third from bottom in the Premier League. The Clarets did, however, get their first win of the season last week, defeating Luton Town 2-1 on Tuesday night.


While Chelsea has only lost once to Burnley in all competitions since 2009, winning 11 and drawing four, Silva recognizes that his team may be in for a difficult encounter. Prior to the match, the Brazil international shared a series of training photos on Instagram with the caption: “Focused on Saturday [eyes and blue heart emoji].”

Pochettino particularly urged that his players ‘keep pushing’ after Chelsea’s win over Fulham on Monday night. “In football, you have to be ready for anything,” the 51-year-old stated. Now we’re concentrating on trying to prepare for the upcoming game, which will likewise be difficult.

“It’s to keep working and to give the players confidence after two victories.” Continue to develop the plan to supply them with the best tools to perform, and when you keep pushing and pushing, you will have what you intended, and you will be so glad for the players.

“We’re now preparing for Saturday and recovering all of the players, which should be a minor issue.” Then we may select the best XI to battle on Saturday.”


“In football, you have to be ready for anything,” Pochettino remarked. Now we’re concentrate on preparing for the next game, which will also be difficult. I believe it is critical for the players to feel relieved following two victories.

“Then we were playing well, and we kept working and giving them the tools to play well.” I’m overjoyed for the players. Now we’re ready for Saturday, but first we need to rehabilitate the players and hope it’s not too much of a problem so we can have a competitive group on Saturday.”

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