Chelsea Thanks to the narrowness, I won three consecutive victories under the new boss Thomas Tuchel. 2-1 victory Away Sheffield UnitedBramor Lane on Sunday.Victory sees the blues line up to 5th place West Ham United At 39 points.
In a fierce match in cold conditions, a magical moment from Mason Mount breaks deadlock, an inform aggressive midfielder makes a clever move, and a better finish to transform Timo Werner’s cutback. I showed you.
Sheffield United pulled the level against the flow of play when Antonio Rudiger passed the ball to an own goal-and somewhat coincidentally-. However, the blade was not horizontal for a long time. Giorginho After Aaron Ramsdale fouls Timo Werner, he turns from the spot.
Chelsea held up thanks to Rudiger, who recovered from his previous mistake of contributing to two important blocks.
Timo Werner has been criticized for his form or lack of it this season, but Tuchel will be pleased with the German energy. Werner was vibrant throughout, scoring both goals and competing in the Man of the Match with a self-confident display. Chelsea also effectively closed the outgame, demonstrating excellent game management.
Bruce had a hard time finding a way to cross the United High Line, and it was hard to know where the goal came from until the magical moment of Mount.
The manager’s evaluation is a perfect score of 10
7- Thomas Tuchel started in a 3-4-3 formation with Ben Chilwell and Reece James on the side. Chilwell left a gap behind, but it was very effective in the future. Tuchel also seems to be making the most of Mason Mount and Timo Werner. This was a gritty victory. Chelsea may have lost or drawn under Frank Lampard.
Player Rating (1-10; 10 = Highest. Players introduced after 70 minutes have no rating)
GK Edouard Mendy, 5– The Senegalese goalkeeper had little to do and was aiming for the eleventh goalless goal … until the moment of madness, when Antonio Rudiger’s backpass passed him and entered the net, he hurried. I felt scared.
DF Cesar Azpilicueta, 5 — Azpilicueta’s frustrating performance, often hitting a pocket in space, but passing the ball to the side to delay Chelsea’s attack. He looked comfortable on the ball until he entered the decisive area.
DF Andreas Christensen, 5– Chelsea’s defense seemed more volatile against Kristensen’s replacement for the injured Thiago Silva. His partnership with Rudiger did not stimulate confidence, especially when he opposed United’s High Press.
DF Antonio Rudiger, 6- Rudiger was clearly visible until the tragic moment when Sheffield United invaded the area, past the rushing Mendy and passing the ball through the net. Fortunately, the moment Chelsea regained the lead, he was rescued. And to be fair to him, he also later made two important blocks.
Midfielder Reece James, 6- James played as a right wing and did business quietly and effectively. He didn’t always make the right decisions about the ball, but he was solid and always wanted to move forward.
Midfielder Giorginho, 6- The 29-year-old boy was easily beaten along the way, and at one point Kristensen fired a free kick in a dangerous area. But he became nervous to score a winning goal on the spot. His penalty went well.
Midfielder Mateo Kovacic, 6- Kovacic had a fun play through the ball to Werner within 10 minutes of the opening, which was a typical Kovacic performance. He did everything well in the middle of the park, but in the last third he disappointed himself with either a selfish pass or a bad shot.
Midfielder Ben Chilwell, 7- Chilwell probably did better when he had a free header following Mount’s free kick early on. He attacked the left side well and played a fun ball to Werner towards the opening goal.
FW Mason Mount, 8- Mount linked well with the people around him and stepped in between the lines to cause homeside problems. He showed a good move to open the score and converted to the bottom corner with a half-time stroke.
FW Olivier Giroud, 4 —The French were almost anonymous and were forced to stop deep to participate in the game. He had a tough fight with John Egan before dragging in the second half.
FW Timo Werner, 8– The German movement was impressive all night, especially with a side cut, contributing to both Chelsea’s goals. First, he cut back the ball for Mount to score first, and then Chelsea was defeated to regain the lead from the spot.
Midfielder Marcos Alonso, 6- It wasn’t always clear where he was playing, but he looked confident when he came! Sometimes I found myself in the wrong 9 position.
Midfielder Callum Hudson-Odoi, 7- Hudson Odoy worked well with James and Mount, not only seeing danger in the future, but also showing great willingness to cover in defense. Some of his passages were great.
Midfielder N’Golo Kante, N / R- The French had a great chance to shoot late, but instead chose to pass and the attack failed. The center is solid.
– Soccer Sports
Mount and Werner both 8/10 as Chelsea win three straight wins under Tuchel
https://www.espn.com/soccer/chelsea/story/4308059/mountwerner-both-8-10-as-chelsea-win-third-straight-under-tuchel Mount and Werner both 8/10 as Chelsea win three straight wins under Tuchel