Antonio Rudiger visits the Mosque with Kante, Sarr and Ziyech visits the Mosques ahead of their Club World Cup finals.
Following their victory over Al Hilal, Chelsea will face Palmeiras in the Club World Cup final on Saturday.
In Abu Dhabi, the Blues defeated the Saudi Arabian side 1-0, with Romelu Lukaku scored the game’s only goal.
It will be the west London side’s second appearance in the competition’s final, and they will be trying to win it at the second time of asking, after losing to Corinthians in the final the previous time.
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To set up their match against the Blues on Wednesday, their opponents had to defeat Al Jazira Club on Sunday, which they did 6-1.
Al Hilal has a couple of former Premier League players in their lineup, including Odion Ighalo of Watford and Matheus Pereira of West Bromwich Albion.Palmeiras who defeated Al Ahly on Tuesday to get to the final, are the competition’s South American representatives.
Chelsea dominated Al Hilal in terms of opportunities and possession in the first half, with their opponents struggling to put the Chelsea defense to the test.
Low gave his opinion on their Brazilian opponents, who beat Al Ahly 2-0 in their respective semi-final, to the media prior of the match, via Football.London.
“We have a lot of knowledge about Palmeiras. We watch a lot of the team’s games. We know they’ve won the Copa Libertadores the last two years. We anticipate a tough game against a strong opponent.
“We are familiar with the supporters. Thiago and Kenedy discuss how fantastic the fans are. We anticipate a large number of them arriving tomorrow. For us, it may seem like an away game, but we’re well prepared. We are aware of our adversary. They are powerful, but we are as well.
Rudiger and his teammates visit to the Mosque might bring good luck to the team in the Club world Cup Final.
Chelsea will be hopeful for Thomas Tuchel’s return after the German tested positive for Covid-19 ahead of their FA Cup clash against Plymouth Argyle.