Chelsea’s 3-2 defeat to Burnley on Saturday was Andreas Christensen first game for Chelsea since the final day of the 2014/15 campaign following two seasons on loan in the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach.
The 21-year-old defender revealed after the game that Chelsea must take the positives from our improved performance after the break despite the red cards.
“On the pitch you don’t really think about it,” said Christensen about Gary Cahill’s dismissal.
“You just get on with it and keep battling back, like we did in the second half.
“I think everyone knows what happened. We have to pick ourselves up and look forward to the next game.
“We could have taken something from this match. When we got the first goal, the belief grew and you could feel it in the stadium as well. The noise and everything just went to another level and we could have got something.
“We’re proud of our second half, we fought well and we know we had made it difficult for ourselves in the first half. I think everyone is quite clear what happened and now we are just looking forward.
“We have to fight the same way. Be clever, play our type of football again and I’m sure everybody is looking forward to Tottenham next week.”