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CHE 2-0 BOU: 3 Tactical Decisions Graham Potter Made During Their Game Against Bournemouth



The Blues made a strong comeback after defeating AFC Bournemouth 2–0 in a crucial matchup for both teams.

The mighty Chelsea of the English Premier League won tonight’s league match by dominating the game from start to finish.

Raheem Sterling, Dennis Zakaria, Reece James, Kalidou Koulibaly, Thiago Silva, Jorginho, Kai Havertz, Christian Pulisic, Mason Mount, and Marc Cucurella were all outstanding in tonight’s league game for Chelsea.

Chelsea, a West London-based team, displayed their attacking potential early on in the match by dominating their opponent.

The English Premier League’s top team, Chelsea, had additional opportunities to increase their lead in the second half, but they wasted their chances in front of goal.

Observe the following three tactical choices made by Mikel Arteta during their matchup with Crystal Palace:

1. GOOD LINE UP AND FORMATION: Graham Potter, Chelsea’s manager, deployed a 4-2-3-1 formation for tonight’s EPL game.

Their triumph versus Bournemouth at home was aided by the tactical choice to start two healthy midfielders.

2. TACTICAL SUBSTITUTION: In the second half, England manager Graham Potter made five substitutions. To replace the worn-out players, the Chelsea manager brought in players like Cesar Azpilicueta, Trevoh Chalobah, Pierre Aubameyang, and Connor Gallagher.

They beat Bournemouth in the league thanks to the smart move of adding additional defenders in the second half.

3. STYLE OF PLAY: In order to support the defenders, Chelsea head coach Graham Potter started Dennis Zakaria and Jorginho in central midfield.

To put additional pressure on their opponent in the second half of the game, Chelsea’s tactical coach changed to a 3-4-1-2 system

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