Pic Credits: Daily Express

Chelsea defender David Luiz has assured that he did not suffer a massive injury through his instagram post after the game against Everton.

The Brazilian is one of the most important players for Antonio Conte this season and the Blues have been extremely successful in getting the best out of the talented central defender. Luiz, who has been suffering fro a knee problem ever since the horrendous tackle of Sergio Aguero in December, continues to rehab as he is not keen to undergo a surgery.

The Blues  have come out on top in Goodison Park, in what was termed as their biggest challenge in the league in remaining games, and could very well win Premier League with ease after their confident 3-0 win away.

However, the win did not come easily for Chelsea who manage to score three goals in the second half as Pedro, Gary Cahill and Willian have all scored. But the win came at the expense of the injury to David Luiz which has raised concerns among the fans over his situation.

But the 30-year old, who is arguably the best defender in Premier League this season, has taken his instagram to ensure the fans that he had suffered only a minor setback as he was seen limped off the pitch in the final 10 minutes of the game against Everton.

The instagram story saw David Luiz receiving treatment to his left leg as he put wink and fist emojis in the pic.


Speaking of David Luiz after game against Everton, Antonio Conte said: ‘I didn’t speak with the doctor about his injury but I don’t think it is a serious injury for him.

‘I hope in the next game that David Luiz is available to play. Also now in this part of the season it is important sometimes to try to play if you are not 100 per cent with your condition.

‘He is showing us great commitment in this season. Don’t forget his injury in the knee after the game against City – but I am very pleased for the impact of Ake in the Everton game.’

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