Thomas Tuchel was given a shock surprise on Saturday afternoon as his unbeaten run at Chelsea came to an untimely end at the hands of 19th place team in the English Premier League table. West Brom Albion scored 5 goals to defeat 10 Men Chelsea 5-2 at Stamford Bridge stadium after Thiago Silva was given a straight red card in the first half of the game.
Christian Pulisic open the scoring in the 27th minutes, Thiago Silva got a red card 3 minutes later and West Brom Perreira scored 2 goals in the space of two minutes to hand WestBrom an advantage heading into the second half.
During the half time break, the former Paris Saint German Defender was found sober and apologizing to his team mates in the dressing room. Emotions were attached as the Legendary Brazilian International did cried. He was so concerned about the team so much that he was unable to control himself. He felt so sorry for the tackle that got him the Red card.
He also apologize to all Chelsea fans worldwide. Do you think he should be forgiven and what do you think of this great defender Humility?
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