Former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has warned “they’ll start with a high tempo and aggressive, which could frighten Napoli.”
The Stamford Bridge side has to overturn a 3-1 first leg lead on Wednesday evening and Roberto Di Matteo is at the helm after Andre Villas-Boas was sacked.
“Considering the 3-1 disadvantage, Chelsea will try to start with a high tempo and aggressive right from the opening minutes, which could frighten Napoli,” PSG Coach Ancelotti told Mediaset Premium.
“The English club did not go through a good period, which we saw in the first leg. Napoli have the advantage and can use their strongest characteristics, which are defensive control and the quality of their strikers on the counter-attack.”
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