Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has made promise to Blues fans ahead of the next fixture without their forward Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku. German tactician assured the fans of best results as they look forward to face Norwich tomorrow at Stamford bridge.
The Blues will line-up without their forward Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku who developed injury in their last UCL match against Malmo. However, despite of this blow in the squad, Tuchel assured fans that the club is still committed to win more games without them and proceed as usual. It's a big gap but it will be fixed as Hudson Odoi and Kai Havertz showed good performance when replaced the two injured players in UCL.
'We are hopeful that our performance will not be affected with the absence of Werner and Romelu Lukaku who are out for injury for sometimes. We are going to perform well as usual and proceed well in their absence though they left a gap. Hudson Odoi and Kai Havertz are there to take up and they are good talents and will perform well. We are sure of winning tomorrow against Norwich at home and hopeful to perform well in the next fixtures.'
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