CHE 1-0 WHU: Two mistakes coach Thomas Tuchel made in Chelsea's 1-0 victory over West Ham United FC - CoolBaze.com

CHE 1-0 WHU: Two mistakes coach Thomas Tuchel made in Chelsea’s 1-0 victory over West Ham United FC

Chelsea football club defeated their London rival West Ham United football club 1-0 at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, through an injury time goal from United States of America national team captain Christian Pulisic.

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The Blues lost their last three matches at home against Real Madrid football club in the UEFA Champions League, Brentford FC and Arsenal football club in the English Premier League, but they returned to victory at home with a narrow win against David Moyes led team.

The two coaches started their best players in the game, but the host were able to claim a dramatic victory over their opponent.

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90th minutes goal from Christian Pulisic was enough to give Chelsea football club a well deserved victory over their opponent at Stamford Bridge.

Coach Thomas Tuchel made some mistakes in Chelsea’s hard-fought victory over West Ham United football club, and he needs to correct the mistakes in their next game against Manchester United football club.

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Here are the two mistakes coach Thomas Tuchel made in Chelsea’s victory over West Ham United FC;

Dropping Christian Pulisic to the bench

The German tactician decided to drop the former Borussia Dortmund football club star to the bench, and he was able to score his team’s only goal of the game after being introduced to the pitch. He would have performed brilliantly if he was given a starting role by coach Thomas Tuchel.

Starting with three midfielders

Thomas Tuchel started N’golo Kante, Jorginho Frello and Ruben Loftus-Cheek in the midfield, and they were unable to create scoring chances in the game until Loftus-Cheek was substituted. The Blues would have won convincingly if he started with only two midfielders.

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