Rudiger: We’re Ready to Pay Defeat
After giving up 1-0 against Manchester City last weekend, Antonio Rudiger confirmed himself with his team mate will give victory in the next game.
Chelsea’s painful defeat at Stamford Bridge after Kevin De Bruyne completed Gabriel Jesus in the second half, where the perfect result in West London then made Pep Guardiola’s side comfortable in the Premier League with 19 points.
Although determined to win the game when facing Crystal Palace after the International break, but the retainer of the German national team who came from AS Roma was admitted not easy to compete against The Citizens on Saturday night yesterday.
“We know from the start it will be a tough game and we want to give everything, but it does not go as well as against Atletico,” Antonio Rudiger told the media.
“We have to keep our heads up. After returning International duty and we have to start again.
“Against Manchester City is not easy, especially in the wing position because they have quality players as well as us. But they have one kick which can make a difference.
“Of course everyone is very disappointed. We have a good month until this fight. It’s tough but every game in this league is not easy. “