Chelsea will lock horns with Real Madrid in the second leg of their champions league tie on the 5th of May, which is Wednesday.
After playing out a 1-1 draw at the Estadio Distefano stadium, both teams will be looking forward to redeem themselves at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday evening.
Although Chelsea have an away goal advantage over Real Madrid, but it will be an act of folly for Chelsea to think that the job is done because Zidane will be looking forward to how he can exploit Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Thomas Tuchel will undoubtedly be faced with a lot of selection problems in Chelsea attacking area, because he has numerous options to choose from.
Kai Havertz's performance against Fulham has made it more difficult for Tuchel to know who to choose for Real Madrid's clash because Christian pulisic, Hakim ziyech, Manson Mount and Timo Wener are also performing excellently.
If Thomas Tuchel wants to defeat Real Madrid on Wednesday, then he must opt for Chelsea's most clinical attackers. Because in the champions league, if you fail to take your chances, you might eventually get punished.
In order for Chelsea to be able to go past Real Madrid, then Tuchel should choose Pulisic, ziyech and mount to lead his Chelsea attack.
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