WOL 2-1 CHE: Common mistakes made by Mauricio Pochettino that made Chelsea lose 2-1 to Wolves Today Match

Chelsea suffered yet another defeat at Molineux on Sunday, adding to their misery in what appears to be a never-ending nightmare for the Blues. Mauricio Pochettino’s joyous mood gave way to sorrow. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Early in the second half, Mario Lemina of Wolves easily nodded the ball home from a corner. Matt Doherty then completed the victory, leaving Poch’s team hovering just inside the top half of the table during the holiday season.

The Argentine manager faced criticism for several shortcomings during the match, and a closer look reveals the recurring issues affecting Chelsea.

The curse of Chelsea’s No.9 position persisted, with Raheem Sterling, Nicolas Jackson, Mykhaylo Mudryk, and Cole Palmer all failing to convert promising chances into goals.

Despite significant spending in the transfer market, Chelsea lacks a reliable goal-getter in their squad.

Defensive vulnerabilities from set-pieces continued to haunt Chelsea, with Wolves capitalising on a corner to open the scoring. Gary O’Neil’s side dominated in the air, exposing the Blues’ frailty in defending set-pieces.

The lack of a response from Pochettino further compounded the defensive woes, with Wolves players finding ample space in the box.

Pochettino’s management decisions also faced scrutiny, particularly his delay in making substitutions during the challenging second half. Christopher Nkunku, introduced late in the game, provided a glimmer of hope with a goal, but some fans questioned why he wasn’t brought on earlier to inject life into the struggling team. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

3 Comments

  1. Go morning, the coach supposed to have made changes as second half started by taking out Broja, Jackson and sterling and brought in Modryk, Nkuku sand Madueke.

  2. Good morning, the coach supposed to have made changes as second half started by taking out Broja, Jackson and sterling and brought in Modryk, Nkuku sand Madueke.

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