See how Thomas Tuchel turned Frank Lampard’s fumbles into Chelsea glory

See how Thomas Tuchel turned Frank Lampard’s fumbles into Chelsea glory

When Chelsea recorded a 2-0 win against Everton in a Premier League game played at Stamford Bridge fans of the clubs were full of praise for the German tactician Thomas Tuchel.

Chelsea fans have high hopes for the Blues this season with top four and Champions League qualification for next season’s competition insight.

With optimism, Chelsea fans are looking forward to a first-leg advantage over Atletico Madrid in this season’s competition, and an FA Cup quarterfinal showdown against Sheffield United.

However, it was not always so as on January 25 when Frank Lampard was sacked Chelsea were in ninth place and under Tuchel since then 11 games unbeaten in all competitions and up to fourth place in the Premier League it is shocking how quick the team has improved under the German boss.

It has more to do with the improvement of players under him especially Callum Hudson Odoi, Andreas Christensen made more ball recoveries than any other player on the pitch in the first half against Everton, no goalkeeper playing for a top-five European league side has kept more clean sheets in all competitions than Edouard Mendy and Since Thomas Tuchel’s first game in charge of Chelsea 27th Jan 2021 they are good players and Lampard wasn’t getting a tune out of them.

Credit where it’s due, Tuchel has quietly had a great start to life in England, Chelsea didn’t concede a single goal against Spurs, Atlético, United, Liverpool, or Everton and won 4 games out of 5. Thomas Tuchel is still unbeaten as Chelsea manager and does not look like losing any time soon and it’s been remarkable.

Only Maurizio Sarri, 12 games with Chelsea in 2018-19 and Frank Clark 11 games with Nottingham Forest in 1994-95 have begun their Premier League managerial careers with a longer unbeaten run than Chelsea’s Thomas Tuchel

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has become the first manager in Premier League history to see his side keep a clean sheet in each of his first five home games in charge in the competition and they are looking better every week under the German boss.


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