David Luiz insists Chelsea must play like 'monsters' to beat Tottenham in FA Cup semi-final at Wembley
David Luiz spoke very highly of Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final opponents Tottenham ahead of Saturday's clash, insisting their players are 'monsters'.
The Brazilian centre-back, who has been a key player for Chelsea at the heart of the defence this season, is expecting the match at Wembley on the weekend to be 'fantastic.'
Chelsea currently sit top of the Premier League, four points ahead of second-placed Tottenham with six matches to go and Luiz is very wary of the threat Mauricio Pochettino's side pose.
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