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Thomas Tuchel may have led Chelsea to a massive victory over Atletico Madrid, but the Blues boss isn’t fully satisfied, even as Chelsea won the game at Stamford Bridge 2-0 to go through to the quarter-final stage of the Champions League.
It was indeed a very good performance from Chelsea, as the Blues clearly dominated Diego Simeone’s side all game long.
Despite the fine victory, the Chelsea manager still insisted that there’s room for improvement, and urged that the team must be clinical and also have to work on the final pass.
“We need to improve in counter attacks, the first contact after we win the ball when we implement more forward thinking to exploit space,” Tuchel told a post-match press conference.
“We are a hard-working team and a hard working team is the best team you can have as a coach.
“We want to be more clinical and with precise decision making with counter attacks. We are still lacking the last pass.”
Tuchel went on: “From here we go on, we take it step by step, we encourage them as we have seen many good things since the first training [session] and the first game.
“We have had so many good habits. It is my job to play my part, no more, no less.”