Chelsea will return to action once again on Tuesday in the Carabao cup competition. Chelsea defeated Norwich last weekend to stay on top of the Premier league table. Tuchel is expected to change is line up in other to keep some of his starters fresh ahead of their next EPL game.
Even Tuchel, as a good manager, has suffered a lot of heavy defeats from various clubs. His tactics did not change anything during those games. These are his six biggest defeats as a manager. Ligue 1: Lille 5-1 PSG PSG lost to second-place. Lille, the Ligue 1 holder that season, suffered a heavy loss to their opponent.
Chelsea football club bashed Norwich City with a mouth gaping 7-0 scoreline. In which many Chelsea players performed outstandingly, to the delight of the Chelsea manager, Tuchel and Chelsea fans too. But one Chelsea player, Reece James demonstrated dominion in his position despite the fact that he's just featuring in his first game, after missing some games due to injury.
Tuchel is a good manager and he has shown that with immediate success at the club. He turned the club into a European giant within 48 games. These are Chelsea managers from 2009, their statistics and how they have performed compared to the current manager. Ancelloti (2009-2011)
With the Carabao Cup set to return this week, Chelsea face Southampton at the Bridge tomorrow evening by 7:45 pm Nigerian time and that match offers another opportunity for Callum Hudson-Odoi to show Thomas Tuchel that he really is ready to become a starter in the team. Last week during Tuchel's pre-match press conference ahead of Norwich's visit, the German was quizzed about whether the injury to Lukaku and Werner opens a window for Odoi to become a regular for him and his response was, 'no.'
Chelsea star N'Golo Kante has been declared fit for today's match against Southampton in Carabao Cup. Photo Credit: Football.london Kante who suffered from muscle tightness going to a week is now back to training and will be part of the club XI tomorrow, Tuchel said. Photo Credit: Goal.com
CHE vs SOU: 3 Chelsea Players Who Trained Hard Yesterday But Might Not Play Today's Carabao Cup Game
1. Ben Chilwell: The Chelsea left back is currently one of the best fullbacks in the country, alongside Trent and Robertson of Liverpool. Chilwell has gone from being an un-used substitute to being one of Tuchel's most trusted players in the space of a few weeks.
Chelsea football club have been exceptional since Thomas Tuchel took over from sacked Frank Lampard in January this season, and they've been able to keep more clean sheets than goals they have conceded in all competitions. The London-based club have been able to make themselves one of the best clubs in Europe since the beginning of last season, and they've extended their impressive form in all competitions this season.
The injuries sustained by the duo strikers of Chelsea football club, Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku, led to an evolution of a new selection of Chelsea's frontline which was made up of Callum Hudson-Odoi, Kai Havertz and Mason Mount. And the trio youngsters of Hudson-Odoi, Havertz and Mount performed excellently on Chelsea's two matches, because Chelsea football club won those two matches with an enormous 11 goals scored in two matches.
Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel will be hoping his team continues their impressive form when they play Southampton in the EFL cup match on Tuesday night at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea defeated Southampton by 3-1 in the English premier league match some weeks ago at Stamford Bridge. The blues have been impressive this season and they are one of the Favourite team to win this season English premier league and the EFL cup.
Against Norwich City on Saturday, the strength of Chelsea’s academy was evident as 5 of Chelsea’s 7 goals was scored by players from the academy. Mason Mount scored a hat-trick, while Callum Hudson-Odoi and Thomas Tuchel also got on the scoresheet. Hudson-Odoi also forced an own goal off Norwich right-back Max Aarons, which showed how much impact the lads from the academy had in the game.
No goals, no assists in his last seven games before the injury, did Chelsea make a mistake signing Romelu Lukaku back to the club? After Tuchel appointment, earlier in the year, most of Chelsea games would end up with them winning by a goal margin (1-0), (2-1) and it was quite obvious that Chelsea needed a centre forward, Timo Werner was out of form, and Tuchel didn't prefer Tammy Abramham.
Romelu Lukaku suffered an injury in the first half of their Champions League game against Malmo on Wednesday night. And he missed their Premier League 7-0 victory over Norwich City on Saturday afternoon after being ruled out for their next couple of games due to the injury he sustained.
After an incredible start to the new season, Chelsea has been one of the best teams in the Premier League this season. They have talented forwards and players that can help them defeat Manchester City and Liverpool to the league title. The Blues are one of the teams with outstanding players, and going trophyless this season would be difficult for the Champions League holders.
Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel has compared his style of management in Chelsea to his previous club, Paris Saint-Germain after Chelsea's 7-0 emphatic win over Norwich. The German managed PSG between 2018 to 2020 and he won six trophies. He left the French capital with a record of a high winning percentage as he claimed 95 wins out of his 127 league games.
Chelsea coach, Thomas Tuchel has bared his mind on the difference between coaching his former club PSG and the Stamford Bridge giants. The German progressed from being fired at Paris Saint-Germain to clinching the Champions League for Chelsea in the same season in a remarkable twist of turn.
Many Blues fans were at a loss as to why Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante was not in the matchday squad to face Norwich. There were no reports of a fresh injury, and the 30-year-old was expected to be part of the matchday squad. Reliable Chelsea journalist Simon Johnson of The Athletic, had revealed why Kante was left out of the Norwich game.
There has been a great deal of discussion from the get-go this year regarding which development Chelsea should play. The 3-4-3 and 3-5-2 both have their own novel upsides and downsides. Further, the Blues have players more qualified to play in either formation. Thomas Tuchel will—probably—keep on exchanging to and fro relying upon the adversary put before him.
Thomas Tuchel has cleared all doubts surrounding Mason Mount's position and role in the Chelsea system and explained why the 22 year old is a key player to his team. Mount has somehow struggled to replicate the form he finished with last season but Tuchel says it's just a rough patch that will soon be over.
You don’t often get to see a 7-0 scoreline in the Premier League, and the last time Chelsea scored up to seven goals in a Premier League match was in the 8-0 bashing of Wigan 11 years ago under Carlo Ancelotti. Thomas Tuchel’s side was in brilliant form against the Canaries at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon, and the Blues just seemed too good for the visiting side.