N'golo Kante has developed into a midfield maestro at Chelsea football club prior to his great experience, strength, stamina and decisive passes, dribbles and brilliant assists and goals. But Kante has been experiencing an ankle injury problem which has kept him away from some matches for both club and country sides since the beginning of this 2021/2022 season. And Kante's absence in those matches was highly noticed because Kante is a personality that influences his game positively.
Nevertheless, Kante always gets back to injury because he hasn't been allowed to rest and recuperate very well. And Brentford has shown how tough they are in physical strength and might injure Kante the more with their hard tackles.
However, Kante should be an unused substitute in the game against Brentford, so as to allow him (Kante) to rest very well. But Kante might be featured in a more strict and crucial matches against tough clubs. This tactic when deployed by Chelsea football club head coach, Thomas Tuchel will create chances for Kante to have more rest and time to recuperate from injury and become fully fit. And when Kante is fit and functional, it is always an enormous benefit for Chelsea rather than when he (Kante) is injured.
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