Kone warns Chelsea boss Scolari

The former Rosenborg striker is eyeing a Champions League upset against the Blues.

He said: “I heard that Scolari would go back to Brazil if they didn’t beat us,” said Kone.

“But if Chelsea don’t beat us tomorrow, he will really be in trouble. We will try our best tomorrow because it is really important for us to go back home with a result.

“Right now Chelsea are under the pressure, the biggest pressure in the group. Chelsea will have to work hard to beat us but it won’t be easy for them.

“We will be playing without any pressure. They have big players but we are not bad either. It will be worth more than just three points to us if we win.”