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Tuchel Finally Breaks Mourinho's Record After Beating Tottenham

By Fairdance | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 6829 views

Chelsea Coach Thomas Tuchel has finally broken a record kept by Jose Mourinho at the club after beating Tottenham at White Heart Lane.

The Blues have yet again pulled up another great result under the management of Thomas Tuchel. The German coach has successfully won another match with the club as his move of restoring the squad's confidence continues. He has also succeeded in bringing much of the misfiring Timo Werner as the striker was involved in the only goal of the match, scored by Jorginho from the penalty spot. More can be said about Tuchel's touch on the team as Chelsea have become a scary team within the period of weeks.

However, not only did the German beat Tottenham Hotspur as according to The Punch, he has finally broken an old record kept by Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge. It has become a fact that after beating Tottenham with a goal to nothing, Thomas Tuchel has become the first Chelsea coach to keep a clean sheets in his first three premier league games. The record has since been held by Mourinho but it appears Tuchel has now taken over.

The Blues have moved to 6th position after beating Tottenham and may likely overthrow West Ham if they maintain their winning streak.

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