Chelsea defender, Antonio Rudiger, is back in London after representing his country, Germany, at the UEFA Nations League. It was a mixed result for the German who is also eligible to play for Sierra Leone. His country began the international contest with a goalless draw against World cup winner, France, and only narrowly won their last match against Peru 2-1.
Rudiger was a subject of criticism during their match against France after he stood on Les Bleus defender, Benjamin Pavard. However, he went to apologies to the defender after the match.
He has now joined with his club’s team mates at their training centre, Cohbam, yesterday and is ready to go into their next match.
See what he uploaded on his social media account below:
— Antonio Rüdiger (@ToniRuediger) September 13, 2018