Chelsea are getting to the sixth match of the 2021/2022 English Premier league season playing against their top rivals Manchester City at the Stamford Bridge.
As always, Thomas Tuchel went his usual 3-5-2 formation playing with Romelu Lukaku and Timo Wener as he previously promised to field his two strikers together.
Chelsea got to this tough tie after the recent penalty win against Aston Villa in the Carabao Cup. The Chelsea players begun the match on high note, but Manchester City proved to be the superior side with their control and passing.
As Chelsea recovered possession, Timo Werner failed to link up well with his striking partner Romelu Lukaku who expected to play well alongside him.
The German player missed on passing some key balls to the penalty area which could have helped his team get ahead. This poor performance got Chelsea players call out on Thomas Tuchel to make a quick change in order to recover from being behind Manchester City.
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