Tuchel on Anthony Taylor: "I trust in the referees and I trust in Anthony Taylor that he will try to have his best performance tomorrow.
Thomas Tuchel might have just pulled up his wildcard to give Chelsea an advantage against Brentford. Anthony Taylor would be officiating the game between the two Premier League sides and he has not been fair with his judgment in so many games especially with Chelsea.
A lot of controversies surround his decisions. This has got the Blue fans thinking he secretly detest the club which might not be the case for him though. As a football maestro, Tuchel has just struck a chord by praising Anthony Taylor ahead of the game this evening.
When this kind of word is coming from a manager, the referees try as much as possible to make sure they get all their decisions right in a match. That's the effect of a top-class manager from Tuchel, he has psychologically riled up Anthony Taylor to make the best decision for Chelsea.
Brentford has been a strong adversary to the top teams this season. The only outstanding team among his promoted teams in this campaign. They defeated Arsenal and drew against Liverpool in a 3-3 thriller. Goals have never been a problem for them to score, they have some average players with a good attitude in front of goals.
Wiling up the referees is also one of the things they often do on the pitch. So precisely Tuchel has moved ahead of them in getting the win for Chelsea. Do not be surprised if Chelsea wins a penalty in that match, it's all part of the game.
Honestly, I think it's a win or nothing for Chelsea. Their attackers have been in great form in the International break. Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner are at their best at the moment, there is an assurance for goals. And if we talk about the defensive aspect of a team, Chelsea knows how well to defend a lead.
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