Antonio Rüdiger will use Madrid heartbreak as fuel for next big match | David Hytner

Chelsea’s Champions League elimination will be channeled into steely professionalism for Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final For Antonio Rüdiger, today is another day, the time to get back in the saddle, to build up towards Chelsea’s next big game – the FA Cup semi-final against Crystal Palace at Wembley on Sunday. There is no point in being sad any more. The steeliness of his professionalism will, as usual, kick in.But it is probably fair to describe Wednesday as a lost day for Rüdiger, when the pain and frustration of what had happened in Madrid on Tuesday night gnawed away, tormenting him.