Chelsea hosted RB Salzburg at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night UEFA Champions League Group E tie. Chelsea were optimistic to register a positive result under new Manager Graham Potter. Chhelsea were unable to find the opener in the first half despite dominating ball possession and counter attacks hence forced into a goalless draw by RB Salzburg. Chelsea opened scores in the 48th minute through Raheem Sterling who was assisted by Mason Mount to gift the hosts a 1-0 lead. Okafor scored the equaliser for Salzburg after being assisted by Adamu to force a 1-1 draw at full time.
Chelsea fans were impressed by tactical, technical and Clinical improvements made by new Boss Graham Potter over a small period of time and expect better results in their upcoming matches. Chelsea Boss Potter unleashed a 4-3-3 technical formation against Salzburg with Sterling, Aubameyang and Kai Havertz leading the attack. Raheem Sterling was more dangerous and accurate in the attack under Potter compares to his predecessor Tuchel despite the 1-1 draw at home.
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