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6 key elements of Thomas Tuchel's coaching that make Chelsea so good

As we all know, Chelsea signed Thomas Tuchel last season after sacking Frank Lampard and since then, he has been creating beautiful memories in the heart of Chelsea fans after he helped the Blues win the UEFA Champions League and the Super Cup.

Chelsea's defense has become excellent and tactical, it's all thanks to Thomas Tuchel who has made sure that the Blues have a good defensive line this season. 

With that, let's take a look at six key elements to Tuchel's coaching that make the German so good and unbreakable this season. 

1. Thomas Tuchel has never allowed any games to drift away from him because he is very proactive in detecting problems and finding solutions immediately. 

2. He is very wise when it comes to switching from 3-4-3 to 5-3-1 formation. An example was when the Blues played against Liverpool with 10 men, he made sure his boy developed the mindset of playing a draw. 

3. How Thomas Tuchel switched to a 3-5-2 formation in their last EPL clash against Tottenham shows that he is a master tactical game. 

4. Thomas Tuchel knows how to protect the defensive line in a very deep way and avoid pressure. He can maintain a medium-high line, with the centerbacks free to come out of it and win duels while the other players make the massive rotation of the centerline. 

5. He knows how to advise players to hold the midfield in front then control space superbly. Tuchel’s coaching is immense.

6. Thomas Tuchel doesn't allow pressure from the opponents to make him panic or start making unwanted substitutions of players. 

These six elements allow Chelsea to be in the top position in the EPL table and also in most games this season. Thomas Tuchel should continue maintaining the tactical movement, it will help the Blues hold top position in the EPL for the rest of the season.

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