It is undeniable that Chelsea is one of the favourite team to win the premier league this season. Chelsea proved their doubters wrong when they played 1-1 against Liverpool despite having a red card.
Many pundit has praised Thomas Tuchel for the way he has turned Chelsea fortune around since he took over from Frank Lampard.
However, Chelsea look like a team that does not have any weakness because they can attack and defend against any team. But if you pay close attention to this Chelsea team, you will realize that their midfielders lack vision. Moreover, Chelsea midfielders don't have the dexterity of giving a successful final pass.
Kante, Jorginho and kovacic are the main midfielders that Chelsea have, but non of them can give a clear pass in the final third. Although Kai Havertz is the only Chelsea midfielder that has vision, but Thomas Tuchel uses him as a false nine or winger.
Thomas Tuchel must find a solution to this weakness if he wants Chelsea to win the premier league title this season, because Chelsea will need a creative midfielder when they play against tough opponents like Manchester City.
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