Tuchel speaks tough over Havertz’s tactical trick repeated on the Malmo game…
No doubt, Chelsea is completely comfortable with the 4-0 victory to win against the Swedish side, Malmo at Stamford Bridge yesterday, as Jorginho netted a brace from the penalty spot and Andreas Christensen and Kai Havertz also on target.
Chelsea’s Boss, Thomas Tuchel, is not a coach whose mind can easily change no matter the pressure you put on him. Because his decision is finished, why head the Blues.
Meanwhile, Tuchel has steadfastly kept the tactical structure for Chelsea, since he took over the caching job for the club in January.
It was observed, that the Blues operate with a back three, two wing-backs, a double six, and three attacking players for its lineup. That was the possible XI lineup Tuchels used against Malmo, which lead to their victory.
Statistically, In defence,
Tuchel used Andreas Christensen, Tiago Silva, and Antonio Rudiger, for the wing-backs were Ben Chilwell and Azpilicuaete, And N’Golo Kante and Jorginho patrolled midfield the attack wing consists of Mason Mount, Romelu Lukaku, and Timo Werner.
For three matches played so far, Chelsea notices a tweak role made from both Chilwell and Azpilicueta. And it was observed first with a match against Southampton, both in the field to assist Chelsea beats the visitors.
Chelsea was able to dominate the ball and sustain effective performance, especially in the attacking wing, in their third match against the Swedish side, Malmo at Stamford Bridge.
Tuchel Speaks Tough on Havertz’s trick
The expectation was high by most of Chelsea’s fans, seeing Kai Havertz, forward, being among the Chelsea starting eleven matches against Malmo yesterday, as he had led Chelsea in their first UEFA Champions League final wins last season.
But, Havertz, a 22-year-old, didn’t make the best of the start.
There is one cheaply header, gave away possession that irritated Chelsea’s Boss, Tuchel after another loose pass from Havertz.
Tuchel blow his top and gave the former Bayer Leverkusen star player an earful.
Havertz finally improved after the Tuchel’s earful. He scored Chelsea’s third goal and late top it in the second half with a 4-0 victory against the Swedish side, Malmo at Stamford Bridge.