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Chelsea head into the international break in fine spirit compared to the last time out when things looked bleak.
Chelsea played out a 2-2 draw with Sheffield United heading to the last international break and the team seemed low in spirit at the time. But this time around, after four wins in a bounce, Frank Lampard’s side are in positive spirits and head into the international break with high morale.
Chelsea have won their last two league games and last four games in all competitions, and Mason Mount has admitted that the players are heading to the international break in high spirit.
Mount said: “There are a lot of young boys around us that we have played with for a very long time and now making that step into the senior team so I am so happy for Tammy and for Fik [Fikayo Tomori], and Ross as well, us four getting into the England squad is a massive achievement so I am looking forward to the international break.
“The last international break, the game before it we drew 2-2 and it was not a good feeling going into it but now we have the good feeling of winning three points.”
Mount was called up to the Three Lions team alongside fellow Chelsea players Ross Barkley, and young duo Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori.
The next match for Chelsea is at home against Newcastle United, but we have to wait two weeks for that with international football taking centre stage this week.