Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel extends subscription to finals

  1. 19′ – Goal – Antonio Rudiger (0 – 1)
  1. 83′ – Cont. Jorginho by Ruben Loftus-Cheek
  2. 82′ – Cont. Harry Winks by Oliver Skipp
  3. 78 ‘- Verv. Mateo Kovacic by N’Golo Kanté
  4. 72 ‘- Verv. Young Lo Celso door Bryan Gil
  5. 68 ‘- Verv. Mason Mount by Hakim Ziyech
  6. 67′ – Verv. Timo Werner door Marcos Alonso
  7. 67 ‘- Verv. Andreas Christensen by Thiago Silva
  8. 66 ‘- Verv. Matt Doherty by Ryan Sessegnon

Chelsea is the first finalist in the League Cup. Thanks to the 2-0 from the first leg, Romelu Lukaku and co already had a nice margin against Tottenham and they did not lose that bonus. What’s more, it also won the return.

Thomas Tuchel signed with Chelsea almost a year ago and the German coach has already treated his employers to quite a few finals.

Tuchel and his group won the Champions League, but lost the FA Cup final to Leicester last season.

With the League Cup, a new trophy may be added to the palmares this season.

Chelsea already had an edge after the first meeting and Antonio Rüdiger made the starting position even better after more than fifteen minutes.

Tottenham fought for what it was worth, but had no luck with the VAR. For example, a penalty kick was canceled and the 1-1 was also erased.

  1. second half, minute 99 match over
  2. second half, minute 83. Substitution at Chelsea, Ruben Loftus-Cheek in, Jorginho out
  3. second half, minute 82. Substitution at Tottenham Hotspur, Oliver Skipp in, Harry Winks out
  4. second half, minute 78. Substitution at Chelsea, N’Golo Kanté in, Mateo Kovacic out
  5. second half, minute 72. Substitution at Tottenham Hotspur, Bryan Gil in, Giovani Lo Celso out
  6. second half, minute 68. Substitution at Chelsea, Hakim Ziyech in, Mason Mount out
  7. second half, minute 67. Substitution at Chelsea, Marcos Alonso in, Timo Werner out
  8. second half, minute 67. Substitution at Chelsea, Thiago Silva in, Andreas Christensen out
  9. second half, minute 66. Substitution at Tottenham Hotspur, Ryan Sessegnon in, Matt Doherty out
  10. second half, minute 46 match started
  11. first half, minute 50 match over
  12. Antonio Rudiger (Chelsea) scores. It’s 0 – 1. first half, minute 19.
  13. Goal in the first half, minute 19 by Chelsea’s Antonio Rüdiger. 0, 1.
  14. first half, minute 1 match started
  15. Opstelling Tottenham Hotspur. Pierluigi Gollini, Ben Davies, Matt Doherty, Emerson Royal, Davinson Sánchez, Japhet Tanganga, Harry Winks, Giovani Lo Celso, Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, Harry Kane, Lucas Moura
  16. Opstelling Chelsea. Kepa Arrizabalaga, César Azpilicueta, Andreas Christensen, Antonio Rüdiger, Malang Sarr, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Jorginho, Mateo Kovacic, Mason Mount, Timo Werner, Romelu Lukaku
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