There are 3 useful things to be learnt by Chelsea Men's Team as their Women claimed an emphatic 7-0 win against their opponents in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday.
Though many may say that the Blues Women played an ordinary squad and that such a result is unsurprising, the team has been confirmed as a well-balanced attacking force and should be a metric for the Chelsea Men's to also step up their games.
Looking this outstanding performances put up by the Chelsea Women, there are three tangible things the Men's team should learn from their women.
Almost every match the women's team has played under their manager, Emma Hayes, has ended with them scoring more than one goal in a single match and this does not appear to have adverse impacts on their clean sheet records across all competitions, including the English Women Super League.
Strong Desires to score more goals
Shortly after Leupolz scored the game's first goal in the eighth minute, the ladies scored the following five goals in quick succession in the first half, with Fran Kirby and Sam Kerr both grabbing a brace.
It has been sometimes of Chelsea Men's matches that they lack the attacking instincts to push for more goals whenever they have already scored two or three goals. They usually hold and usually decide to press opponents a bit without making the decisions to score goals.
However, goals are what most times determine the outcomes of matches and should be scored when the opportunities come.
Composure in Front of Goal
Chelsea Women are one of the few women's teams in Europe with the unique and necessary talents to put balls behind their opponents' nets. This is seen in the types of goals scored by the club's forward players in fashionable styles.
Chelsea's men's team should learn more from their female counterparts, and they will be even better
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