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Tuchel's Brilliant 3-4-2-1 XI That Might End Lukaku's Goal Drought After The Int'l Break

The blues are currently heading into the international break as the team on top of the Premier league league table despite how rough their start of the English premier league campaign has been. Chelsea's summer signing, Romelu Lukaku did not waste any time in announcing his presence in the premier league as he barged in his first goal in his first game. However, the striker has failed to score in their last 5 games for Chelsea. Be it as it may, the lineup seen below shows how Tuchel could get his striking force up and running again after the international break.

As seen in the lineup, Eduard Mendy will be starting in that goal post. The shot-stopper remains Tuchel's first-choice goalkeeper. Antonio Rudiger, Thiago Silva, and Christensen remain Tuchel's choicest selection for his defense. With Reece James now injured, Ceasar Azplicueta will have to fill in that right full-back position.

Marcus Alonso and Ben Chilwell are looking like they are both fighting for that left fullback role although Alonso has featured in more games than Chilwell this season. In that midfield, Kante and Jorginho will be expected to pair in that midfield. Kante is yet to be fully fit as his season has been disrupted by a continuous injury that he has been having. Ruben Loftus-Cheek has turned out to be another player that is showing real potential and could turn out to be a key asset for Tuchel this season.

Chelsea's attack has been somewhat dormant as Tuchel is yet to find that attacking trio that will be able to deliver goals for him. Kai Havertz, Mason Mount, and Romelu Lukaku will be starting in that position. Kai Havertz's combination with Mason Mount usually helps Romelu Lukaku score goals. Both of them know how to drop those passes where it will be easier for Lukaku to score.

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