Chelsea lost 2-1 to Southampton at the St Mary's Stadium yesterday night thanks to a superb first half come back from the Saints.
Chelsea took an early lead through Rahim Sterling's close range composed finish but Southampton fired quickly five minutes later through a Roman Lavia stunner.
Moments into stoppage time, Adam Armstrong scored a beauty that marked the winner for the match.
Chelsea need to up their game by improving major areas in their gameplay.
The Blues are all creative in attacks but they really need a serious goal scorer if they must handle their woes and struggle to score.
With four clear chances before converting the goal by Sterling, Thomas Tuchel should be greatly concerned of his offensive prowess and options.
Furthermore, Tuchel has really struggled to select his best team to fit his defensive system. This is because, Tuchel's substitutions are not of great impact to the whole situation of games this season.
It is high time he considered rethinking his player selection strategy lest he be humiliated by Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal.
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