3 Things I Noticed That Happened As Chelsea Played 1:1 With Southampton At St Mary's Stadium
By Kosi-light | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 899 views
Chelsea continued their unbeaten run against Southampton after conceding an early goal, Thomas Tuchel tactically changes brought stability into the team.
Since Thomas Tuchel took charge as Chelsea manager, the new manager has not loosed any match. He has played Seven Matches, scoring nine goals and conceding only two goals.
The manager tactical play has helped Chelsea in organising their defense but the absence Thiago Silva was seen today as the team Conceded a goal that was caused by a poor defensive play.
Chelsea faced Southampton in week 25 of England premier League, Southampton scored Chelsea at 33rd minutes of the game through perfect lead in for Takumi Minamino and he scored but was equalised by mason Mount through a penalty.
Chelsea missed their chance of getting closer to second spot on the league table after week 25. Chelsea is currently occupying the fourth position on the league table.
Many things happened during the match but these three things are very notable at full time.
3 Things that happened.
1. First time Chelsea is conceding a first goal since Thomas Tuchel took charge as Chelsea manager.
2. First time Mason Mount is playing his senior career penalty for Chelsea football club.
3. First time a player was subbed on and off in same half while in a particular match. Hudson Odoi against Southampton
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