Liverpool loanee, Takumi Minamino sets a premier league record against Chelsea under Thomas Tuchel
By Tonade14 | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 1789 views
Chelsea Football club of England were in action today against Southampton at the St. Mary's Stadium in the match day 25 of the current campaign.
The Saints hosted the Reds in a very more intensed game that ended one all draw at full time.
This was the first time Chelsea FC will trailed an opponent under the leadership of Thomas Tuchel since taking charge at the Stamford Bridge.
The host opened the scoring sheet in the 33rd minutes as Liverpool FC loanee, Takumi Minamino scored a brilliant goal after receiving an assist from Nathan Redmond to make it one nil at half time.
Chelsea were very coordinated in the second 45 minutes as they levelled up in the 54th minutes with Mason Mount putting the ball away from the spot to make it 1-1.
After soo much efforts put up by the two sides, none was able to add to the tally as the game ended 1-1 at full time.
The game was Thomas Tuchel 6th premier league game in charge of the London club as he remained undefeated in all (4W 2D).
Liverpool loanee, Takumi Minamino with his first half goal became the first opposing player to score a premier league goal against Chelsea under Thomas Tuchel (in 6 games & 483 minutes of play). The only previous premier league goal against Tuchel’s team was a Rudiger own goal.
Chelsea with their unbeaten run under the German manager now retained the 4th spot on the premier league table with 43 points, as they await the results from other fixtures of the weekend to know their stand on the log.
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