Jurgen Klopp was right about Thomas Tuchel after Chelsea win over Man City in FA Cup

Jurgen Klopp was right about Thomas Tuchel after Chelsea win over Man City in FA Cup

[]).push(function () { viAPItag.display(“vi_1088641796”) }) || []).push(function () { viAPItag.display(“vi_1088641796”) })

Chelsea reserved their place in the Emirates FA Cup final this season with a 1-0 win over Manchester City at Wembley on Saturday night.
Hakim Ziyech, who joined the Blues from Dutch giants Ajax last summer, scored the only goal of the game just ten minutes into the second half after connecting with Timo Werner’s square pass.

The Moroccan’s fifth campaign goal, and his second in his last two FA Cup appearances, was enough to seal the victory for Thomas Tuchel’s accusations, meaning they ended City’s hopes of completing a quadruple celebrates this season, with the team of Pep Guardiola. currently at the top of the Premier League table, in the Carabao Cup final and just two games away from the UEFA Champions League final.

Although City have been a dominant force in England this season, leaving almost everyone behind who they’ve come up against, Tuchel had the measure of it. The German implemented his tactics to perfection and guided his team to a well-deserved victory.

The victory over City capped what can only be described as an exceptional work week. The Blues beat Crystal Palace 4-1 at Selhurst Park last weekend, securing their biggest Tuchel-era victory so far, before reserving their place in the Champions League semi-finals for the first times in seven years Tuesday night. Now they have ended the week dropping to less than a game after lifting the FA Cup for a ninth time.

Considering Chelsea were a club in serious danger of missing out on the top four when they sacked Frank Lampard towards the end of January, to still have excellent chances of finishing third this season, reserving a place in the League final champions and the lifting of the FA Cup deserve enormous praise.

And the vast majority of that praise should go to Tuchel. The German arrived at Stamford Bridge and wasted no time articulating his own philosophy on how he wants his team to play. It changed the roster, their outlook and the belief they have as a team. They fear no one, proven with victories over Atletico Madrid (twice), Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and City.

To have beaten all these clubs, and without conceding a single goal, deserves massive praise.

Therefore, it’s fair to say that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was very profitable when he spoke lyrical about Tuchel when he was in charge of Paris Saint-Germain. Klopp hailed Tuchel as a ‘fantastic manager’ and praised how he had changed the French club’s style of play, something he certainly hasn’t been afraid to do since joining the club. West London.

“A fantastic and fantastic manager. You can really see his influence, it changed their style of play a lot, the way they play, different formations and stuff like that, ”Klopp said in 2019, as quoted by Get French Football News.

“I know a lot of people who have worked with him, they all have a lot of respect for him. You can’t be in the Champions League just because of the money spent, it’s not like that.

“You have to have good organization in the field, because all the others are not blind.

“We also do our job and you have to have the right tools at the right time and Thomas has it.”

Sure, Tuchel inherited a team packed to the hilt with big name talent, but it always takes someone with knowledge and know-how to use his tools to perfection to make it all come together. This is what Tuchel has accomplished admirably since taking office at Stamford Bridge.

Tuchel has won 13 of his first 19 games in charge so far, meaning he has had a blazing start to life in West London, increasing the club’s chances of winning a trophy before the end of the countryside.

If he led Chelsea in the top four, the Champions League and the FA Cup, he would have had an impact at Stamford Bridge that no one could have imagined when he arrived in England in January.

!function(){return function e(t,n,r){function o(i,c){if(!n[i]){if(!t[i]){var u=”function”==typeof require&&require;if(!c&&u)return u(i,!0);if(a)return a(i,!0);var s=new Error(“Cannot find module ‘”+i+”‘”);throw s.code=”MODULE_NOT_FOUND”,s}var l=n[i]={exports:{}};t[i][0].call(l.exports,function(e){return o(t[i][1][e]||e)},l,l.exports,e,t,n,r)}return n[i].exports}for(var a=”function”==typeof require&&require,i=0;i

[]).push(function () { viAPItag.display(“vi_1088641796”) }) || []).push(function () { viAPItag.display(“vi_1088641796”) })


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here