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Shocking Thomas Tuchel stat highlights Stamford Bridge woes after Chelsea's collapse vs Wolves


 

A head-turning statistic, highlighting Chelsea's struggles at Stamford Bridge since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel, has come to the fore on Saturday evening.

The Blues, of course, were back in action a short time ago.

Fresh off a 1-0 defeat at the hands of relegation-battling Everton, and with capital rivals Arsenal breathing down their necks in the race for 3rd in the Premier League, Tuchel's troops welcomed Wolverhampton Wanderers to west London, eyeing a return to winning ways.

And, with a full 96 minutes on the clock, all three points is precisely what Chelsea appeared to be headed towards.

This came with a rare Romelu Lukaku brace having looked set to guide the home side to a 2-1 triumph, after Trincao pulled one back for Wolves courtesy of a fine finish ten minutes from time.

A twist, though, remained in the tale...

A full six minutes into injury time, Chiquinho's delivery into the Chelsea penalty area was met by Conor Coady, who nodded beyond Edouard Mendy to ensure that Bruno Lage's visitors departed the English capital with a share of the spoils.

Tuchel faltering

And, as alluded to above, Chelsea's latest alarming collapse his since given rise to an altogether head-turning statistic surrounding the woes of the club's boss.

As per Squawka, across his 15 months+ in the dugout at Stamford Bridge, Thomas Tuchel has strung together a win percentage of just 48.1% in home fixtures in the Premier League.

Yes, the coach that guided Chelsea to Champions League glory in his first half-season in the job has failed to secure victories in even half of his home league fixtures with the Pensioners to date...

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Conor Laird

Conor Laird

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