At the point when David Luiz strolled down the Stamford Bridge wearing his casual clothing on Sunday evening, many cocked eyebrows in the matter of why he wasn’t in the starting eleven.

Before of the Manchester United match, David Luiz played his last two matches with his right foot strapped, so most came to the quick conclusion that he wasn’t playing due to an injury.

Things at that point heightened when gossipy tidbits rose that David Luiz was not injured, but rather had been dropped by boss Antonio Conte.

So why was the 30-year-old defender dropped the Super Sunday game?

During press conference question and answer session, Antonio Conte revealed that Luiz was left out of the squad to strategical choices, yet there was more to it behind the choice

Inquired as to whether there was any bad blood between the two, he said by means of The Telegraph:

“No, no. Tactical decision. There is [Andreas] Christensen in really good form and also we have [Ethan] Ampadu who is a good young player. The club like to play with the young player.”

Dropping David Luiz was a tactical decision

Be that as it may, at that point the Italian appeared to hint an indeterminate future for the Brazilian defender, saying:

“I don’t know [if he has a future at Chelsea], he has to work really hard with the others, otherwise they are on the bench or on the stand.” Conte disclosed to Sky Sports through The Mirror.

It has been pointed out that this is a punishment for Luiz for ‘questioning his strategies’ last week, as per Matt Hughes of The Telegraph.

Is this the begin of another Diego Costa/Antonio Conte circumstance? Or, on the other hand is this only a minor hinder in Luiz’s career at Chelsea?

He has been noteworthy in the opening games of the season.