Chelsea have been rated as the most in form club currently. They have only lost one game since Tuchel took over the management. The large squsd depth has enabled them to cope with injuries and suspensions too. Every player at Chelsea had been given some minutes to play. The squad rotation has helped the team refresh and achieve results.
There are however three players whose link up has been very productive. The combination of Mason Mount, Kai Harverz and Christian Pulisic has been very lethal for opponent defenses. According to the registered stats, when all the above starts, the Blues have never lost the match. Under Tuchel they have played together in three games. The game against Everton was the first one. It ended 2-1 with Chelsea winning on both halves. The second match was against FC Porto where Chelsea won 2-0. The third match was the Crystal Palace fixture where the Blues ran riot and scored four goals. From the above record, it is clear that the link up between Christian Pulisic, Kai Harverz and Mason Mount is productive and should be used often. Maybe Thomas Tuchel should try and play them regularly to achieve great results in the remaining games.
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