Two senior Chelsea players haven’t given up hopes of a comeback in Germany

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Chelsea were totally outclassed by a strong Bayern Munich team at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night, and the Blues were beaten 3-0 in the first leg round of 16 clash.

Comebacks happen a lot in football, and like the saying goes ‘it’s never over until it’s over’.

Chelsea might not seem to have the strength and character to turn this tie around, but there is still hope in the team that anything can happen.

Chelsea midfielder Jorginho has revealed that the players were disappointed with the outcome of the game but admitted that anything can happen in the second leg.

“Yes of course. It is really tough for the changing room, for us, but we have the other competitions and we still have the second leg,” the Chelsea vice-captain said as quoted by FourFourTwo.

“Anything can happen in football, you never know.

“We just have to believe in ourselves and not put our heads down. We need to keep working, keep pushing because we are a good team. We need to believe, work hard and be together.”

Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has also maintained that the tie isn’t over yet.

Giroud said: “It’s going to be almost impossible but we need to go there with belief and to believe that we are going to score.

“You never know, you know. They scored three goals here and if we score three and don’t concede, you know. I’m not joking. We have nothing to lose and we’re going to play our game with more.”

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