Juventus hosted Chelsea in a Uefa Champions League match which was played on Wednesday night.
The Blues were the favourites of winning the game as they are the defending champions of the cup. Also, they have been in impressive form under Thomas Tuchel; they had lost only one game this season to Manchester City.
Tuchel used his usual formation of playing with back three. His attacking line had some few changes. Hakim Ziyech, Kai Havertz and the usual Romelu Lukaku. Timo Werner was in the bench alongside other players like Odoi.
Fans expected Chelsea to be a threat while attacking. However, that was not the case. Hakim Ziyech failed to deliver good balls to the opposition's box. As a result, Lukaku was having a difficult time. On the other wing, Kai Havertz also failed to dominate. He often lost possession. Chelsea was poor in attacking.
Juventus ended up winning the game. Thanks to a goal from Federico Chiesa. See the reactions from fans about Ziyech and Havertz down below.
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