Good news to chelsea after Tuchel says these two players will start the match against Bursley
By Nzangiempire | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 2 views
Thomas Tuchel the new chelsea manager has had a very impressive start at Stamford Bridge having won three out of his four games he has played as chelsea manager. The blues are now playing entertaining football. They have moved from number ten to the fifth position of the league table.Chelsea today will play Burnsley in an FA fixture as they seek a qualification to the quarter finals of the FA cup.
Thomas Tuchel the former Paris Germane coach has made an announcement ahead of the clash stating that Hakim Ziyech will start this match. Ziyech has been facing injuries and has played one game since the entry of Thomas Tuchel. He added that Ziyech is familiarizing himself with the england game and will soon show how best he can do. Ziyech has scored two goals and given four assists out of 16 appearances at chelsea.
He added tha midfildert Ngolo Kante will start this match. He will make his debut for the first time under Thomas Tuchel after he recovered from an injury. Ngolo Kante is very crucial in the chelsea squad.
Tuchel has praised Mason Mount for showing good play. He added that he is making the best out of Timo Werner who has had the worst performance during the reign of Frank Lampard.
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