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Tuchel's Perception About Man City & Liverpool In The Title Race Could Help Them Emerge Victorious

One thing about the English premier league table is that it never really takes its shape until after about 15 or 16 games. After 8 premier league games, the blues are currently topping the league table with 19 points out of a possible 24 points. Chelsea have taken a new look under Thomas Tuchel as the blues have recorded series of successes under the first few months of his arrival.

The blues beat Brentford in their weekend game and it required Mendy to produce series of crucial saves to deny Brentford the win. This win ensured that the blues remained at the top of the table.

With the Premier league title race becoming more and more intense between the likes of Manchester city and Liverpool, the blues will be expected to retain their winning form in order to help them finish in that position. But the Premier league is a very strong league and a little mistake can cost a team their position

Thomas Tuchel have made a very significant statement about Chelsea's stance in the title race. According to him, "Liverpool and Manchester city have proved throughout the years that they are the benchmark in terms of quality and consistency. They have showed us in the last years that have what it takes to be able to become champions."

"We put a lot of effort into every part of the game. It is not only about scoring, it is about defending, counter-pressing, escaping the pressure and today it was a big subject to collect second and third balls in midfield."

This statement in my opinion is not what Tuchel should be making as Manchester city and Liverpool have made their mark in the Premier, rather he should be bothered about making more strategic decisions that will help him strengthen his squad. As seen in their last few games, this Chelsea team is gradually becoming less clinical in front of goal.

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