Chelsea's Kai Havertz said he is now free of injury and illness and there can be no excuses if he fails to deliver at Stamford Bridge.
"The coronavirus is now over (for me) and I feel good," Havertz told Chelsea's website.
"I had a little injury in the past few weeks but it's now time to play good.
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It has not been easy for me but there are no excuses. I just have to keep on working and hopefully there will be a big turnaround soon.
Chelsea host Atletico Madrid in the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie on Wednesday. They won the first leg against La Liga side 1-0 in Bucharest.
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