There is a popular saying which say life is a product of what you speak. What you say has a way of coming into actualization and that is why we should always speak positively.
In the interview Tuchel made before the game against Westbrom, he admitted that Chelsea will be a man down against Westbrom and he words actually came to reality. Although he was saying this in respect to Ngolo Kante's absence from the squad the way he put his words was negative.
His words actually came to reality in the first half when Thiago Silva got a second yellow card which saw him being sent off. Chelsea went a man down and couldn't cope with the pressure of the game despite leading.
Westbrom made a comeback and scored five goals against Chelsea, a team that didn't concede too many goals since Thomas Tuchel arrived. Tuchel's words actually came into reality here despite him saying those words casually.
The lesson here is to always say positive words irrespective of the situation we find ourselves.
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