Thomas Tuchel has been doing a brilliant job at Stamford Bridge in the few months he has been in charge. The German tactician has been a difficult manager to beat and he has outplayed great tacticians like Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp every time he has played against them.
The two managers are yet to beat him in the Premier League especially for the Spaniard who lost to him three times last season. Pep Guardiola had a better squad than Thomas Tuchel who had an average but he lost to him three times.
Only a few teams have had positive results against the Chelsea boss who promises the Blues fans to build a team that will be difficult to beat. He is already high flying this season currently being at the top of the table after game week 5. He is tied on points with Manchester United and Liverpool but ahead on goal difference.
Tuchel has been brilliant but will find it hard to beat Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has been terrific while playing against the big clubs. Solskjaer mostly losses against the small clubs and he has been defeating big sides like Chelsea, Manchester City, and Liverpool in his reign at Old Trafford.
Tuchel has faced Ole Gunnar several times but he was the head coach at Paris Saint-Germain winning twice and losing twice. The Red Devils are stronger this season and with Ronaldo, back at the club, it will be difficult to beat them this season. The Norwegian has been doing well when it comes to big matches and he is unlikely to lose against Tuchel.
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