Chelsea football club have been experiencing some difficulties in their front-line as their wingers are yet to form a strong bond with their new striker Romelu Lukaku. And this lack of connection between Lukaku and wingers has resulted to lack of goals from Chelsea's attackers.
Chelsea's victory against Southampton football club last weekend, was all thanks to the two goals scored by their defenders, Chalobah and Ben Chilwell because Werner's goal alone would have seen the match, end in a 1-1 draw.
Though Chelsea head coach, Tuchel has in many interviews, divulged his disappointment in his attackers who hardly create chances for Lukaku to score nor fire shots from long or close range.
However, Tuchel should deploy these 2 tactical changes in his front-lineup:
1. Converting Ross Barkley to a winger: The England midfielder has shown in some games that he was featured, that he has the ability of creating chances and assists for any striker as a winger because of his hunger for goals. He does not only create chances but he is also a player that loves firing shots for goals despite the range.
2. Playing Timo Werner as a supporting striker behind Lukaku: Tuchel should try pairing Werner behind Lukaku as a supporting striker because Werner is very good at making assists more than scoring goals.
When Chelsea score more goals in matches, it will surely boost their chances of winning trophies at the end of the season.
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