The team of Thomas Tuchel Chelsea were trounced 4-1 by Brentford on Saturday, and the German has urged Chelsea fans to support the team against Real Madrid.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has called for a “better mood” from Chelsea fans for Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League quarter-final match against Real Madrid.
After their defeat on Saturday afternoon, Thomas Tuchel characterized the atmosphere at Stamford Bridge as “bizarre.”
“It was a little strange.” Against Real Madrid, we need a better environment. “It felt like a friendly encounter in the first half,” Tuchel added.
The spectators had little to cheer about after Antonio Rudiger’s spectacular goal early in the second half.
Some blues fans, on the other hand, were dissatisfied with the players for not providing them with much to cheer about.
The Blues will host the Blaugrana in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday evening in west London.
Tuchel, the German coach, said that they battled and were exhausted. “Perhaps if we lost 1-0 or 2-0, or if we started late.” This, however, was not the case. We struggled at first, but I sensed that we were mentally exhausted. It’s not current enough. This is normal”We were wearing gloves in training the other day since it was snowing.
“It was quite hot today.” Again, playing as the underdog and being properly prepared for this match is more difficult for us than it is for them.”
“We’re well prepared, but we’re only halfway through our training session.”
“It’s more tough, but given everything, I’m fine with the first half.” The half-time speech was like this: a reminder to keep going, a reminder of where the spaces are, where we want to accelerate, where we want to be patient, where we want to take more risks, and where we want to do it with more fluidity. That is exactly what happened. We got off to a great start.”
“I didn’t see the distraction there, so why should we be thinking about Real Madrid when we’re one goal up?” Perhaps it was the overall idea that now that we are ahead and have it, we are being punished.”