- Thomas Tuchel saw his Chelsea side defeat Everton 2-0 in the English Premier League
- The manager is yet to lose a game since his arrival at the Stamford Bridge club
- He blasted Timo Werner for poor positioning against the Toffees before they broke the deadlock
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel hit out at striker Timo Werner during their 2-0 win over Everton in the Premier League on Monday night, March 8.
The manager was not happy with the forward and yelled at him before the player made amends to help the Blues grab the opener.
Chelsea had no problems going past the Toffees as they recorded back-to-back victories over the Merseysiders - a victory that propels them back into the top fourth position.
Desperate to protect the unbeaten status, Chelsea showed clear intent to cart home all the three points from the blow of the whistle, dominating proceedings in the open exchanges as the visitors struggled to settle in.
They opened the scoring a little over half an hour into the match after Kai Havertz’ effort was turned in by Everton defender Godfrey.
But just five minutes earlier, Tuchel could be heard slamming Werner over his positioning and questioning his lack of tactical knowledge. He yelled:
"The last 15 mins you've only been on the left! Don't you understand?"
New boss Tuchel also admitted that the American had been unlucky not to play more, even criticising his own bad decisions.
“I can say nothing else but good things about him.
"Maybe his biggest problem is that I know him from Dortmund and I think he started only in the cup games.”
Meanwhile, desperate Liverpool fans have created a GoFundMe account to raise funds for the possible signing of Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe.
Only £65 donation has been received so far which is no way near the targeted world-record £250 million fees for the Frenchman.
Liverpool have continued to struggle in front of goal having only managed one at Anfield in their last six home matches.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has stated that a certain number of players will not be allowed to go on international duty later this month.
International break looms as players are billed to return to their respective national teams to participate in competitions for their home country.
Guardiola who has now joined the likes of Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel says they will not allow players to travel home if they would need to quarantine upon return to the UK.
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