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Pedro: Chelsea winger 'OK' after collision with Arsenal's David Ospina

24 Juillet 2017

"The situation was more serious than I thought because I hoped it would only be concussion and instead he had multiple fractures", Conte said.

The Chelsea playmaker was taken off during the first half of the Blues' friendly against Arsenal in China following a collision with Gunners goalkeeper David Ospina.

But Conte is hopeful Pedro may travel with the club for Tuesday's clash against Bayern Munich at Singapore's National Stadium. For this reason, our doctor preferred to take him to the hospital and check him in the right way. "He stays here and if the situation is okay he will come tomorrow to Singapore".

A clever play from Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso, who left Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for dead on the floor with a cut inside move, rolled a pass for the travelling Batshuayi to fire into the top of the net in the 49th minute and made it 3-0.

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Batshuayi struggled to hold down a regular spot in the first team at Chelsea last season following his arrival at Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2016 from Marseille.

However, Conte also made a point to add that his side has no "ill-feeling" toward Ospina as a result of the recent incident.

"It is good to have this type of start but we have to continue to work a lot to improve on the physical and tactical aspect. Pre-season is very important", he said.

The match was just Chelsea's second pre-season fixture, but it was Arsenal's fourth, and Courtois has paid tribute to his teammates for putting on a strong display against a potential title rival next season.

Pedro: Chelsea winger 'OK' after collision with Arsenal's David Ospina