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Chelsea played out a goalless draw with Wolves at the Molineux Stadium on Sunday afternoon, as the Blues recent blip continues.
Chelsea have recorded one win in the last four games which has seen the club drop from being top of the league to third, and are now six points off leaders Manchester City.
Chelsea had asked for the game against Wolves to be cancelled, but the Blues request was denied by the Premier League, and Manchester United legend Gary Neville has reacted to whether the Chelsea boss is currently under pressure.
Asked whether Tuchel is under pressure at Stamford Bridge following Chelsea’s dip in form, former Manchester United and England defender Neville told Sky Sports: “I think he’s got enough credit in the bank.
“I know it’s a club that does things very differently, but I’d hate to think that Thomas Tuchel is under pressure and they’re thinking of making a change, I can’t believe that to be the case.
“I think he’ll be a little bit worried. I think mentally when you try to get a game called off and you’re then told to play it, I can’t think that will help the mindset in that game.
“I know they didn’t have a full bench, and we’ll have to ask later why more young players couldn’t come onto it, but it was a strong Chelsea team.”