Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has unhappy with his side’s 3-3 draw with Zenit. As they have conceded six goals in their last two games.
Chelsea who qualified for the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League before the game. It ended in disappointing runners-up after leaving Zenit St Petersburg to draw 3-3 in stoppage time. With Juventus winning the group with a 1-0 win over Malmo.
Earlier in the Premier League game over the weekend, Chelsea were beaten 2-3 by West Ham in the lead twice. but was overtaken by the hammer
Tuchel said angrily after the game: “If you coach Chelsea and concede six goals in two games and throw away four lead chances, no one will be happy.
“My ambition to talk about individual performances is not high. Because no one is happy today. And nobody was happy against West Ham, so it’s not the time to talk about individual performance.”
“I thought we played really well in the first 15 minutes. But then we stopped doing what we did in the first 15 minutes, we forgot we were a better team.”
Whilst the Blues should never have been so complacent as to completely discount Zenit, they really should’ve had enough about them to be able to get the result which would’ve seen them top their group.
Instead, a number of defensive errors undid any good work from their attackers, and a 94th-minute equaliser condemned the West Londoners to finish in second place.
No wonder Thomas Tuchel has unhappy in his post-match press conference.