English Premier LeagueFitness conditions of Kante is not satisfying
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Chelsea and France will stay sweaty on N’Golo Kante fitness after the center midfielder pulled out of the former Premier League’s clash with Leicester City just half an hour later.


N’Golo Kante is not injured

The 30-year-old, much a key cornerstone of the Blues’ successful curtsy under Thomas Tuchel, was replaced by Mateo Kovacic in the opening half at Stamford Bridge, an immediate rematch of Saturday’s FA Cup final. However, early signs are positive, as Thomas Tuchel said after the match that his midfielder came out as a precaution. However, with the UEFA Champions League final for the club and Euro 2020 for the country, both sides face an unsettling expectation of his hamstrings going through training in the coming days and weeks.

Thomas told reporters that Kante was not injured. According to Tuchel, Kante told him and he understood him straight in French, Kante came out before the injury. The Frenchman felt his hamstrings and was worried that he would be injured if he continued to play.


How will it be without N’Golo Kante?

Any injury to the Frenchman will be a major blow to both Thomas and Deschamps as they embark on a quest for the historic silverware over the next few months, perhaps even more so for the former. The ex-PSG boss has reached his second straight Champions League final in no small part thanks to N’Golo victories across all KO stages, with his name likely to be the first on the team roster to face Man City in Porto later this month if it will be available.

For a game where the Blues are already under-rotated against the Premier League champion side chasing the maiden European crown – despite two victories in recent months against the Pep Guardiola side – the absence of the Caen star in due time would be a blow to their chances. As for Deschamps, the absence of N’Golo may not be as critical as for the club, but given that the 30-year-old has played every game in his 2018 World Cup triumph in Russia, it will still give him headaches. as he seeks to take Les Bleus for major titles in succession.