The UEFA Champions League was in full action this midweek as 18 matches were played on Tuesday and Wednesday. The mid-week matches were full of dramas and unexpected incidents that made the competition controversial and interesting.
Let's take a look at the four underperforming managers after the UEFA Champions League matchday 2.
1. Thomas Tuchel:
Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea side was beaten by Juventus in Italy condemning the German coach to his first defeat in the Champions League. Thomas Tuchel's were unable to break Juventus's tight defense and recorded a meager one shot on target in the entire 90 minutes.
2. Ronald Koeman:
Under Ronald Koeman, Barcelona has made their worst start to a Champions League season after Benfica thrashed them 3-0 in Portugal. For the first time in decades, Barcelona lost their first two matches without scoring a goal which shows Ronald Koeman's Barcelona are in the worst form of their history.
3. Stefano Pioli:
AC Milan has now lost their first two Champions League matches despite leading in each of the two matches. The 7 times Champions League winners are the risk of getting eliminated early in the competition after failing to get a point in their two matches.
AC Milan coach, Stefano Pioli is overseeing Milan's worst start to the Champions League as the Italian club lost back-to-back matches against Liverpool and Atletico Madrid.
4. Carlo Ancelotti:
Real Madrid boss, Carlo Ancelotti oversaw the utter humiliation of Real Madrid at the hands of the Modolvian club in Spain. FC Sherrif defeated Carlo Ancelotti Real Madrid's 2-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu to condemned the Los Blancos to their first defeat in the Champions League.
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