Thomas Tuchel Becomes Unraged As Romelu Lukaku’s Chelsea comeback stutters
If City matches weren’t close to being done before kickoff, the Blues would have a tough time reeling them in, which doesn’t appear to be the case.
Chelsea lost for only the second time in their previous 25 games on Saturday afternoon, but it was a game they couldn’t afford to lose. They did, unfortunately for Tuchel and his guys.
The head coach claimed after the game that his team was unlucky to lose, but the reality is that they were dominated for the duration of the game and didn’t appear to be in any danger of breaking City down at any point.
In the coming days, Hakim Ziyech and Christian Pulisic’s front-three selections will be scrutinized, along with Mason Mount relegated to the subs bench alongside Timo Werner and Kai Havertz.
Although the team tried their best in their previous game but luck wasn’t at their side.
Tuchel is assured about winner come next game as the blues are getting are also getting ready to face their opponent.
As Romelu Lukaku’s Chelsea comeback stutters, Thomas Tuchel becomes enraged.