Tuchel blames bus for Chelsea’s loss at Leeds
Thomas Tuchel is not loving life right now After losing at Leeds, Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel, said that his team’s problems started with their coach journey to Elland Road, reports BBC.
The manner of the Blues’ defeat by Leeds on Sunday was embarrassing. The London side gifted two goals to their hosts in the first half and had a man sent off late on. Afterwards, 48-year-old German manager, Tuchel, was left searching for answers to explain it all.
Leeds United pulled off one of the upsets of the weekend, with a 3-0 win over Chelsea.
Chelsea were very much their own worst enemy in the first half. Their keeper Edouard Mendy was at fault for the first goal, when he horribly misjudged a back-pass, allowing Brenden Aaronson to nick one.
Tuchel proposed some interesting suggestions as to what had gone wrong for his team on the day. It’s been a mixed start to the season for Chelsea, who have taken four points now from their opening three matches.