- Thomas Tuchel is the first manager to record 11 clean sheets in his first 15 matches as a manger in the Premier League
- The German gaffer surpassed Jose Mourinho and Felipe Scolari records who had ten out of 15 during their respective spells at Stamford Bridge
- Chelsea are in the top four race as well as in the Champions League semi and the FA Cup final
The German boss has now beaten the likes of Jose Mourinho and Luiz Felipe Scolari who opened their campaigns as Blues managers with ten clean sheets out of 15 games.
Kai Havertz rose to the occasion against Fulham having being regarded as a flop in his debut season with the west London club.
The £71million attacking midfielder scored a brace with assists coming from Mason Mount and compatriot Timo Werner.
Chelsea are now looking comfortable in the Premier League's top four, a place in the FA Cup finals as well as a Champions League semi final berth.
The former Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain boss is now in a commanding position to lift a trophy on the domestic or continental scene this season.
On the other hand, Werner has hit double figures under the German gaffer with ten goals and 11 assists becoming the first man to hit that mark for Chelsea since Eden Hazard in 2012-13 campaign.
The striker joins the likes of Harry Kane, Bruno Fernandes, Son Heung-min and Marcus Rashford on the exclusive of players with double figures this season.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Chelsea posted another superb performance at Stamford Bridge following a 2-0 win over London rivals Fulham.
Kai Havertz was the star of the show as he scored a brace to help the Blues continue their impressive form from their midweek Champions League draw away at Real Madrid.
Thomas Tuchel's men set the tone in the opening minutes of the game with their attacking style of play.
Chelsea began to ask questions and they got an answer as Mason Mount's superb control from a Thiago Silva's long pass, assisted Havertz who tucked the ball beyond the goalkeeper to make it 1-0 after ten minutes.