The West London side Chelsea are currently sitting fifth on the English topflight league table, due to the series of mistakes made by the current manager Thomas Tuchel.
Chelsea are not in a very unique performance, considering the fact that most of their playmakers has lost their forms, and the only player who has the ability to drive into the opponent defense is the England wonderkid Callum Hudson-Odoi.
But somehow, it was kind of surprising to see the coach putting him on bench from the start of the game, though he came in during the start of the second half, but the coach still substituted him again still in the second half of game.
However, looking it tactically, it seems Chelsea doesn't have the qualities of players that the coach wants to work with. But again, Chelsea have an academy player by name Tino Anjorin.
The young lad is very confidential, competent enough. He has the ability to drive into the opponent box, and indeed, he deserves to be in the Chelsea first team.
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