Arsenal legend Thierry Henry feels Raheem Sterling will be upset with Chelsea manager Graham Potter after their 1-1 draw with Champions League opponents Salzburg.
Sterling, deployed in a new wide role for Potter’s first game in charge, looked less-than-impressed when he was taken off in the 84th minute, replaced by Christian Pulisic.
“We all noticed,” Henry told CBS Sports afterwards. “I don’t know why he took Sterling off. He scored and you know he can maybe score another goal.
“It will be interesting to see how [Graham Potter] deals with that tomorrow morning because [Raheem Sterling] didn’t look happy.”
He added: “Maybe we are going a bit ahead of it, too much into it, but when they showed him on the bench, I wouldn’t have liked to have come out after a goal.
“Let’s see how he deals with that one.”