Bad News to Chelsea as This Key Player Got Injured Against United
By Moseti99 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 109 views
Chelsea welcomed Manchester United at Stamford Bridge for the Barclays Premier League match. The match ended on barren draw what seemed as a very impressive tactical approach of the match for both managers. Tuchel continued with his defensive system but he preferred Hakim Ziyech ahead of Timo Werner and Ben Chilwell for Marcos Alonso.
Callum Hudson Odoi Odoi started on the right wing and he continued with his impressive and delightful delivery. Both in attacking he showed how worthy he's for Tuchel's plans. Chelsea attackers were unable to convert some of his ball in the dangerous areas. Despite all this he could have deeply cost the club when he was suspected to caught a handball.
Tuchel was forced to substitute him after the break due to what seemed as knock but it's yet to be confirmed for how long he will be out. Tuchel brought in Reece James just after the second half break was over and Odoi was captured with an ice on his though on the bench.
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