After Everton’s victory, Thomas Tuchel acknowledges that Chelsea lacks “energy, fresh legs, and fresh input.”


After Everton’s victory, Thomas Tuchel acknowledges that Chelsea lacks “energy, fresh legs, and fresh input.”

Thomas Tuchel, the manager of Chelsea, has stated that he is open to adding more new players after the team narrowly defeated Everton on Saturday.

The Blues earned three points in a game that was tainted by a severe injury sustained by Everton defender Ben Godfrey thanks to a first-half penalty from Jorginho.

After the match at Stamford Bridge, Tuchel praised the Italian midfielder’s contribution but admitted that his team could use a few more acquisitions before the window closes:

We triumph 1-0 thanks to Jorginho.

We know we need to improve but a win helps, very classic.

We have the following move for the mood and spirit.

“We are open to everything, but we can add.”

We could use some fresh vitality, new legs, and new ideas.

I believe we could use some more quality and input,” he continued.

Tuchel’s team took the lead and controlled possession for the majority of the second half, but they were unable to capitalize on their advantage.

Despite the fact that his team’s performance fell short of his hopes, Tuchel praised his players for securing the three points:

“I suppose we aren’t operating at our best right now.”

The offseason was difficult.

The training last week showed great promise.

Our ball movement in the second half was merely insufficient.

Ball losses increase with reduced movement.

Ten minutes extra time was ultimately granted, which seemed strange, but we persisted and did what was necessary to maintain a clean sheet.

Marc Cucurella also made his Chelsea debut in the victory, only a few days after joining from Brighton amid interest from Manchester City.

Tuchel was happy with the performance of the 24-year-old Spainard, who came on as a substitute in the second half:

He remarked, “I’m delighted to be 20 minutes from Cucurella.”

Despite the victory at Goodison Park, there are still concerns about Chelsea’s ability to contend for the Premier League championship this year without adding a new striker to replace the departed Lukaku.

The Blues will need a new forward, according to Jamie Redknapp, who made the following remarks following the game:

“They need a striker at number nine.”

Diego Costa was excellent in that position, as was Didier Drogba before him.

The striker for them could be Sterling.

Although Broja is a promising young player, his time on the team will come and go.

Finding a good striker is extremely difficult.

On August 14, Chelsea and Tottenham will square off for the first time.

Nokia News – Quick Synopsis.

Chelsea won 1-0 in their opening Premier League fixture against EvertonThe Blues made six new signings so far this summer including Raheem SterlingThe current transfer window is Chelsea’s first under new owner Todd BoehlyJamie Redknapp says that bringing in a new striker should be a top priority


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