The Blues defender believes these confrontations show “the level of competition” in the team’s squad.
got involved in a training ground bust-up on Sunday. The pair were pulled apart by their teammates and the German defender was sent off the training pitch by Thomas Tuchel. The spat happened a day after Chelsea’s crushing defeat againstWest Brom
on Saturday which was their first defeat under Tuchel.
“These are things that happen,”
Marcos Alonso toldbeIN SPORTS
“It shows the level of competition that is in the team, the hunger we show even on the training ground and it is good for the team.”
"Even before training finished it was all good,
“Nothing new, it has always happened.
“It will happen again. We have to take the positive and move on and get ready for the next game.”
Chelsea will facePorto
in the Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday.