Chelsea suffered yet another defeat at home this time losing 3-0 to Bayern Munich in the Champions League Round of 16.
Bayern have managed to pick up three away goals meaning the tie might very well be out of reach for the Blues since scoring more than 3 goals at the Allianz Arena will be no walk in the park.
But according to midfielder Mason Mount, Chelsea will have to remain positive primarily because they have the ability to turn this two-legged tie around having already done it in the past. ‘It is always very tough to take after a loss, especially 3-0 and at home,’ said Mount after the match.
‘But we have shown we can come back in the past and we need to gather ourselves together and we have it in the changing room to bring out the personalities and bounce back in the next game.
‘I just think it was probably a lack of concentration,’ was his thought on the conceding of two goals in three minutes that handed Bayern the initiative.
‘When you come out after half-time it is a moment when you can switch off and in the Champions League they [the opponents] take their chances.
Any little mistake, any little lack of concentration you are going to get punished and that was kind of what happened in that little space of time. ‘We have to be positive, anything can happen.
‘We saw in the  final between Chelsea and Bayern that anything can happen in football. 3-0, you never know, and we need to go there with our heads held high and try to perform to the best of our ability.’
8 – Chelsea have lost eight matches at Stamford Bridge in all competitions this season, their most at home in a single campaign since 1985-86 (also eight). Burdened. #CHEBAY pic.twitter.com/CSWyA3Rc6z
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