Michael Owen damns Chelsea’s performance under Tuchel

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Former Manchester United and Liverpool striker Michael Owen admitted that he was far from impressed with Chelsea’s performance in the goalless draw against Wolves.

The game marked Thomas Tuchel’s first game in charge of Chelsea, and the Blues totally dominated the game.

Chelsea had the bulk of possession all game long, but chances were far and few for the home side.

Owen believes that Chelsea’s performance in Tuchel’s first game was very poor and that the team looked lively under Frank Lampard.

“I think it was a poor game,” Owen told Premier League Productions.

“A poor performance from Chelsea, who had all the possession, but didn’t really look like scoring.

“We’ve become accustomed to Chelsea, under Frank Lampard, to Chelsea scoring goals, conceding goals a plenty and looking like scoring from different areas of the pitch whereas this was very one-dimensional and a game of very few chances.”

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