Tuchel reveals the secret of Chelsea’s 4-0 win over Malmo. More of that please!

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It’s been a quite a while since Chelsea fans were treated to a high scoring victory, as recent games have been quite cagey and difficult.

The 1-0 win over Brentford was hard-fought, same as the 3-1 win over Southampton. Before the Saints clash, Chelsea lost 1-0 to Juventus and Manchester City respectively.

Speaking after the 4-0 bashing of Malmo, Blues boss Thomas Tuchel admitted he instructed his team to play fast attacking football.

Tuchel said: “We knew today we built a fast attack with Mason and Timo around him, and him as the reference point up front in the middle, and I had a strong belief that he could in a Champions League match turn things around in terms of scoring and being decisive, which he actually did because he was super strong in our start and he took the foul, so maybe without him it’s not 2-0.”

Chelsea have now gotten six points from three games and are second in the group having lost to Juventus three weeks ago.

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