Two Chelsea players accused of breaking lockdown rules

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Chelsea duo Callum Hudson-Odoi and Fikayo Tomori have both been accused of breaking Covid-19 rules, in a publication by the Daily Star.

According to the Daily Star, Hudson-Odoi dined with pals and team-mate Fikayo Tomori in a restaurant in late October despite Callum Hudson-Odoi having tested positive for coronavirus already in March.

The report went on to claim that Hudson-Odoi filmed a ‘get-together’ that broke the latest lockdown restrictions.

The ‘night out’ is said to have occurred in a swanky West London establishment where Hudson-Odoi and Tomori were seen partying.

Meanwhile, Hudson-Odoi didn’t feature in the 4-1 win against Sheffield United, while Fikayo Tomori wasn’t even named in the squad.

The club is yet to release a statement regarding this allegation.

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