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28 Sep

Partey: We'll keep fighting after Chelsea defeat

Ghana international Thomas Teye Partey says he and his teammates will keep on fighting after Chelsea defeat in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday evening.
 
Atletico Madrid suffered a painful 2-1 home defeat to the English Premier League in the competition at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano.
 
A penalty from Antoine Griezmann gave Atletico the lead, but the Blues deservedly equalised when Alvaro Morata glanced a header into the far corner.
 
The game appeared destined for a draw until Michy Batshuayi netted with the final kick of the game to take the Premier League outfit to the top of Group C.
 
The 23-year-old believes his team will qualify to the next round of the competition despite their home defeat to Chelsea. 
 
"We know we had to stay focused throughout the match. We had a great chance to score the second in the first half. Now we have to keep working," Partey told his club official website after the game.
 
"We were thinking on the counterattack, but they [Chelsea] did a great match. Now we have to get up and keep fighting,"
 
"We know we have more opportunities to qualify for winning our remaining games. Now we're sad but we will lift our heads and keep fighting."
 
By: Gideon Fiifi Nyamekye
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