Tuchel has work ahead

He wants to try things, give opportunities and shake, if necessary, the eleven with respect to Lampard. Neither got the goal award against Wolves.

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It wasn't the easiest debut, nor has he had enough time to prepare for it, but Thomas Tuchel has made it clear from his opening match that he doesn't come with any preconceptions. He wants to try things, give opportunities and shake, if necessary, the eleven with respect to Lampard. Neither got the prize for the goal against Wolves, who are always an uncomfortable rival for the greats, but they did not fit either, and, despite the draw and the urgencies, blues fans would do well to leave him room to work.

From the beginning, the German sent some messages. Azpilicueta returned to the side, Rüdiger to the center of the defense and Mendy remained in goal. Great match of the three. In the center, Kovacic and Jorginho at the controls, but Mount had to wait for the second half despite being Frank Lampard's most used player this season. Werner was left without playing directly and Hudson-Odoi finished the game as a left back.

This result keeps Chelsea in eighth position, although tied on points with Arsenal, something that seemed unthinkable not so long ago. Tuchel will only have the Burnley game before facing his first big challenge against one of the giants of England, as he will have to visit José Mourinho's Tottenham in north London in just two days.



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