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Thomas Tuchel slams the Chelsea striker after the FA Cup defeat to Leicester City


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Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel criticized his team’s wastefulness during their final defeat to Leicester City.

Uri Tillmans’ stunning goal proved to be the defining moment at Wembley, as the Foxes enjoyed their first-ever victory in the oldest domestic cup competition in the world.

Tuchel took over from Frank Lampard in January and saw Chelsea’s rise, but he was only watching with frustration as his team squandered a number of promising spots, especially in the first half.

Speaking after the match, he indicated that players like Werner and Hakim Ziyech could not use the lack of big matches due to their poor performances.

“In the decision-making process, in the first half we were a bit feverish, we went very directly. We wanted to impose a solution very quickly. He said.”

Thomas Tuchel criticizes the Chelsea strikers after the FA Cup defeat to Leicester City 1 Sportillo
Timo Werner missed chances to score against Leicester City. (Photo by Getty Images)

“We had some unnecessary ball losses and some inaccurate decision-making because we created some 2v2 and 3v3 situations, it was more promising than we did.

“We could do better even if we were experienced or not. But I felt it was a bit hectic. Not sure if it was about our times. Hakim is not a very young player and Timo is not very young. But we can improve there.” “.

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