'I'm still here': Champions League win eases pressure on Chelsea boss Graham Potter

    Raheem Sterling celebrates after scoring Chelsea's first goal on Tuesday.

    (CNN)Since the ownership group led by American businessman Todd Boehly spent more than than $5 billion on buying Chelsea last year, they've seen very little return on their investment.

    Over $600 million has been spent on new players, but the club finds itself floundering 10th in the Premier League and struggling for form.
    There have subsequently been questions raised about manager Graham Potter's future at the club, but the side's 2-1 aggregate win against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League on Tuesday could be the turning point that everyone at Chelsea needs.
      Potter, who looked like the most relieved man at Stamford Bridge after his side overturned a 1-0 defeat from the first leg, was seen hugging a jubilant Boehly as the teams made their way back to the dressing rooms.
        "I'm still here," Potter joked with reporters when asked about the brief meeting.
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