Chelsea's new coach Thomas Tuchel has no doubt contributed a whole lot to the rapid improvement of many players at Stamford Bridge and history repeated itself under his watch after their game against Atletico Madrid lately.
Recently numerous Chelsea supporters have been applauding him looking at his unbeaten records and the new incredible formation he introduced in West London.
Stating that Thomas has equalled Jose Mourinho's records at Stamford Bridge, and this is clearly a history repeating itself since 2004.
Tuchel's first eight games remains unbeaten with just 2 draws and 6 wins, the same records Jose Mourinho kept when he arrived Chelsea long time ago.
During Mourinho's time, many fans enjoyed supporting the club because his pattern made Chelsea very terrific and hard to be defeated, he can secure one goal till match end.
Looking at Tuchel's tactics also, it seems the Blues have established a great defensive force to avoid conceding goals unnecessarily, and can record an incredible win even with just one goal without allowing their opponents get an equalizer till match end.
What do you think?
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