Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel has taken responsibility for the final defeat in the English football league, after his goalkeeper chess train was not rising this time.
“If you want to blame someone, you give me me. I meet the decisions, and I do not meet her to be the hero,” Tuchel said after the bitter 10: 11 defeat against the FC Liverpool with coach Jürgen Klopp.
Tuchel would have been able to succeed in the extension of the final as in the recovered UEFA Supercup final in August in August in August. At that time, Keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga had also been supplied extra and secured the title with two held penalties against FC Villarreal from Spain. But against Liverpool it went wrong.
“It’s hard, and we feel with him”
In the 120th minute Keppa (27) came to the field as previously discussed for the dating goalkeeper Edouard Mendy, not held by eleven penalties, then to start himself and shoot the ball over the gate of the Reds.
“It’s hard, and we feel with him, but do not blame him. We met the decision as before the last penalty shootout, because Kepa trains every day with the players. And they know how well he is,” explained cloth.
“Falling and getting up. Disappointed after the great effort during the tournament. We continue to work. Thank you @chelseafc family for your support,” Kepa wrote on Instagram.
Mendy may even have been able to go to the Matchwinner. The 29-year-old, which was outstanding over 119 minutes, recently won with the Senegal the Africa Cup against Egypt – where he served an attempt in the final in penalties.