Tuchel: United Game Will Be A Big Challenge For Us
Thomas Tuchel concedes a success over Manchester United would ‘be tremendous’ for Chelsea in front of a vital run of games for his side…..United Game Will Be A Big Challenge For Us
Chelsea have delighted in a solid beginning under the direction of the new lead trainer and are unbeaten in eight games across all rivalries, moving back toward’s the Premier League’s main four and making a tremendous stride towards the Champions League quarter-finals with a 1-0 success over Atletico Madrid in midweek.
Tuchel will want to proceed with a noteworthy beginning to his rule at Stamford Bridge this end of the week, with second-set Manchester United the guests to west London in a colossal conflict between the main four opponents.
The German has spoken on his side’s advancement in front of a testing run of installations for the Blues, the visit of the Red Devils followed by conflicts with Liverpool, Everton, and Leeds before the return apparatus against Atletico in the Champions League’s last 16.
Tuchel accepts a success this end of the week would be ‘gigantic’ for his side and their certainty pushing ahead, and a triumph can move Chelsea inside only three purposes of this current end of the week’s rivals.
Tuchel said: “Hopefully, we can win – this is what we go for, We know it’s a big challenge because of their unbeaten away record. We know what we’re up against; a team that can hurt you any second with individual quality, with speed. They are strong away, they can defend very compact, they are very, very good in transition. It will be a big challenge to defend all this. The implication is huge, of course. If we get a win out of this game it’s huge for us. If they get a win it will be huge for them, to put a difference between us.”
Tuchel was responsible for Paris Saint-Germain for their scandalous 3-1 annihilation at home to United in the Champions League last-16 during the 2018/19 season, an outcome which saw the French side expendable a 2-0 lead from the main leg and assisted with acquiring Solskjaer the perpetual chief’s position at Old Trafford.
It will be an important game for both teams as they look to cement their place.