Chelsea might have scored a crucial away goal at Real Madrid, but the semi final is far from over. They either need to win or record a 0-0 draw with the 2018 UCL champions.
These are the three issues Tuchel has to solve ahead of the return leg at Stamford Bridge;
Adopt a strategy in the second game.
Thomas Tuchel had a strategy when they travelled to Spain. They went there to attack and not to defend. The results turned out posive. He should again adopt a strategy in the return leg.
The solution to striking issues.
Timo Werner received a lot of critics for the missed chances against Real Madrid. Should Tuchel trust him in the return fixture of use either Havertz, Giroud or Abraham in striking.
Neutralise Benzema's threat.
Real Madrid's goal scorer Benzema was always going to be a threat. Tuchel should come up with a plan to neuralise this.
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