Chelsea club's head coach Thomas Tuchel has today deliver his verdict for not starting both Mason Mount and Christian Pullisic in their recent match against Manchester United. Many were more confident that Chelsea will carry the day but the game changed and the two teams ended up drawing.
According to the England Sky Sports News today morning from the insiders, Tuchel has today clear the universe by explaining on why he opted not to start both Mason Mount and Christian Pullisic. Tuchel claimed that he was aware of Manchester United striker's attacking capability and that's why he wanted his side to be more defensive.
"Absence of Ngolo and Kova made me not to start Mason and Chris. We wanted to be some how good defensively but next time we shall revisit on the selection of the players" says Thomas Tuchel according to the England Sky Sports News today morning.
Despite their draw against Manchester United on Sunday, Chelsea are still leading in the premier league competition and they will face Wattford this coming weekend. For them to be on a safe side from Pep Guardiola's side, Chelsea should aim to win against Wattford.
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