Thomas Tuchel and his men are maintaining their winning streak after the defeat against Juventus in Turin, Chelsea has now won 4 straight matches, including the victory against Norwich City this afternoon. Chelsea were outstanding against Norwich City without Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku and I will be showing you the 3 wise decisions Thomas Tuchel made.
1. Resting N'Golo Kante, As Kovacic And Jorginho Formed A Pivot In The Midfield
N'Golo Kante started the game against Malmo on Wednesday, but the manager decided to rest him against Norwich City this afternoon, it's a wise decision to pair Kovacic and Jorginho in the midfield, you could see their contribution in the first half of the game. The Norwich City attackers couldn't penetrate well, and the midfield is controlled by Kovacic and Jorginho. It's a wise decision in my own opinion.
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2. Starting Reece James Ahead Of Azpilicueta
The Chelsea captain has started 4 straight games and I believe that the manager made a wise decision by bringing in a new energy into the team, James is very hungry to play and he is very good in front of the goal, he managed to get a goal in the first half. The English youngster did really well against Norwich City today.
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3. Starting Trevoh Chalobah Ahead Andrea Christensen
Trevoh Chalobah is a top talent and I believe that, this is a game of his nature, Christensen is fully fit, but it's a wise decision to start the English youngster ahead of him. Trevoh Chalobah did really well against Norwich City and he kept a clean sheet.
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