"No one thought we'd be in the top 4 after 5 game into Tuchel era" Fans react to Chelsea's HT Lead
By Dapotential | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 1211 views
Chelsea are currently on a good run of form under their new manager, Thomas Tuchel and has taken another step forward in the halftime of their match against Sheffield United by taken a 2 goal lead. And it has got their fans react very positively.
Thomas Tuchel side currently leads Sheffield United at half time by 2-0 at Stamford bridge with goals from substitute Oliver Giroud and Timo Werner.
Oliver Giroud came in for Tammy Abraham who was taken off due to injury and it didn't took the Frenchman much time to put Chelsea ahead. Timo Werner gave Chelsea a 2 goal lead before halftime with a scintillating strike.
This good performance from Chelsea at half time of the game has triggered reactions from Chelsea beloved fans.
And below are some of the Chelsea's fans reaction on Twitter:
We hope Chelsea go on to score more to finish up the game as goals will be vital going forward.
Chelsea Fans, what do you think of your team so far?
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