Thomas Tuchel has done it again by tactically outwitting Jose Mourinho to make 3 consecutive wins on the bounce. Chelsea are racking up wins after wins thanks to the managers tactical maneuvers and man management skills.
The coach clevery ditched Lampard’s 4-3-3 or 4-3-2-1 formation that failed to get the best out of the players and subsequently lead to his sacking and employed, a flexible and yet innovatie system that ensured that attack and defence is stable.
That system also ensured experienced campaigners like Antonio Rudiger, Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso were in the first team to direct the younger players on what to do in every situation and make the team very difficult to beat
Frankly, had Tuchel been appointed much earlier, Chelsea would’ve been in contention of winning the Premier League title cause they’re very good.
Jorginho might have score the only goal, but Chelsea would’ve scored 3 or 4 goals in the first half had the strikers been more clinical.
Chelsea are now 4 points from fourth placed Liverpool who play Manchester City next. A defeat or draw at Anfield will see Chelsea who play Sheffield United at Bramall Lane close the gap to 2 or 1 points on Sunday.