The record Tuchel set after beating Tottenham 3-0

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It was around this time last year that Thomas Tuchel was appointed as Chelsea manager.

Last season, there was no much expectation on the German, as a top four finish alone represented a good start to his career as Chelsea manager.

However, Tuchel guided Chelsea to a fourth place finish and also reached the final of the FA Cup and Champions League, winning the Champions League in the process.

This season, Chelsea have already won the Super Cup, and there are still some important trophies to fight for this term.

Tuchel has guided Chelsea to another final, as the Blues defeated Tottenham 3-0 over two legs in the Carabao Cup semi-final to book a Wembley date next month.

Tuchel has also set a record as he became the first manager in the club’s history to guide the team to the final of each of the League Cup, FA Cup and Champions League/European Cup.

Meanwhile, Chelsea have reached a Wembley final for the sixth year in a row.

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