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Chelsea: Thomas Tuchel’s RIDICULOUS records continue to accumulate as he reaches 50 games

Fabio Capello is the latest coach to praise Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel, but he is not the only person who is enthusiastic about the German at the moment.

The Blues’ 4-0 thrashing of Juventus at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night was the former Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain coach’s 50th game in charge in West London.

Tuchel replaced club legend Frank Lampard in January this year, and the Blues ranked ninth in the Premier League table at the time of the club legend’s departure.

Thomas Tuchel took over his 50th game for Chelsea on Tuesday night, against Juventus.

Thomas Tuchel took over his 50th game for Chelsea on Tuesday night, against Juventus.

Callum Hudson-Odoi (left) and Reece James (right) scored in the win against Juventus

Callum Hudson-Odoi (left) and Reece James (right) scored in the win against Juventus

Callum Hudson-Odoi (left) and Reece James (right) scored in the win against Juventus

But Tuchel’s time at the helm has been nothing short of resounding success, with him directing his recovery to finish in the top four last season before leading the club to their second Champions League title.

The success of the UEFA Super Cup preceded a spectacular start to the current campaign, in which Chelsea are three points clear at the top of the table and are in contention for a sixth Premier League title. in May.

Meanwhile, Tuesday night’s beating of Serie A giants Juventus saw the Blues continue their defense of their European crown by qualifying for the round of 16, and they will also face the Cup quarter-finals. of the League against Brentford next month.

So what do the statistics show about how well the 48-year-old Tuchel has done at his first job in England?

Well, Tuesday’s win, which was courtesy of goals from Trevor Chalobah, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Reece James and Timo Werner, was the German’s 32nd win in charge of the West London team.

The Blues will continue to defend their European crown in the round of 16 next year

The Blues will continue to defend their European crown in the round of 16 next year

The Blues will continue to defend their European crown in the round of 16 next year

The victories at home and away from Stamford Bridge are split evenly by 15 each, while defeating Man City at Wembley in the FA Cup semi-final and at Porto in the Champions League final last season were the two victories obtained in neutral territory.

His other 18 games in charge have ended in 11 draws and just seven losses, the most recent of which came in the reverse game against Juventus at the end of September, four days after their home loss to Man City.

Their loss to Pep Guardiola’s men was the fourth setback at home under Tuchel, with West Brom, Porto and Arsenal also winning at Stamford Bridge last season.

Their FA Cup final loss to Leicester, meanwhile, was the only defeat at a neutral venue, while road trips at Aston Villa last season on the final day of the season and Juventus this season constitute the other setbacks.

His players have scored 81 notable goals since Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard as boss.

His players have scored 81 notable goals since Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard as boss.

His players have scored 81 notable goals since Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard as boss.

Tuesday’s win against the Serie A giants saw their rematch and four unanswered goals were scored, but it was Norwich’s 7-0 hammering late last month that constituted their biggest win under their German boss.

By contrast, the 5-2 home clash against West Brom, which declined at the end of last season in April, which ended Tuchel’s 14-game undefeated start, remains the toughest loss under adding up.

The Blues are just four games away from matching that streak, having extended their unbeaten streak to 10 games against Juventus, with matches against Manchester United, Watford, West Ham and Zenit St Petersburg to come.

But how has your form been under Tuchel at both ends of the field? As you can imagine, 81 goals scored and only 24 conceded demonstrates the efficiency with which the Blues operate.

César Azpilicueta (left) and Antonio Rudiger (right) have been regulars in a defense without equal

César Azpilicueta (left) and Antonio Rudiger (right) have been regulars in a defense without equal

César Azpilicueta (left) and Antonio Rudiger (right) have been regulars in a defense without equal

Thiago Silva has also been imperious for the Blues since joining on a free transfer last season.

Thiago Silva has also been imperious for the Blues since joining on a free transfer last season.

Thiago Silva has also been imperious for the Blues since joining on a free transfer last season.

Breaking down further, 46 of those 81 goals scored have come at Stamford Bridge, 32 away from home and the other three on neutral turf, the most important of which was Kai Havertz’s triumph in the Champions League final.

Thirteen European teams have scored the most goals in that span, including Liverpool and Man City with 89 and 111 respectively, but it is at the other end of the field that Chelsea really dominates.

Chelsea tops the list with the fewest goals conceded by teams in Europe's major leagues since Tuchel took over.

Chelsea tops the list with the fewest goals conceded by teams in Europe's major leagues since Tuchel took over.

Chelsea tops the list with the fewest goals conceded by teams in Europe’s major leagues since Tuchel took over.

They have conceded just nine away goals in Tuchel’s half-century of games in charge, surprisingly with more conceded at Stamford Bridge (13).

Youri Tielemans’ winner for Leicester in the FA Cup final probably represents the goal of the three conceded in a neutral place that hurts the most, but Edouard Mendy and Kepa Arrizabalaga have kept 31 clean sheets between them.

Unsurprisingly, that shutout record and 24 goals conceded are the best of any team in Europe’s major leagues since Tuchel took over. LaLiga’s Sevilla and Manchester City are the next closest when it comes to clean sheets, albeit nine shutouts further back with 22.

Liverpool are in fourth place, although Alisson and company have managed 12 fewer clean sheets than their Chelsea counterparts. Meanwhile, Inter Milan have the next best record for goals conceded by top-flight teams that have played at least 30 games in this period.

Chelsea also has the cleanest goal for teams in Europe's major leagues since the Tuchel era began in West London.

Chelsea also has the cleanest goal for teams in Europe's major leagues since the Tuchel era began in West London.

Chelsea also has the cleanest goal for teams in Europe’s major leagues since the Tuchel era began in West London.

The Serie A champions have conceded just 32 goals in 38 games with former Blues boss Antonio Conte and now Simone Inzaghi.

Brighton have surprisingly conceded just 34, while Liverpool and Man City have allowed 39 goals and 40 goals respectively in the same period.

In terms of breaking down the goal statistics further, only five of the 81 goals scored have come from outside the area, while all but two of the goals conceded have come from within the penalty area.

However, a look at the last 10 games under Lampard, which saw four wins, five losses and a draw, shows how they have improved defensively.

In the former England star’s last 10 games in charge, the Blues conceded 13 goals, six of which came in two games in damaging losses to Man City at home and Arsenal at Emirates Stadium.

They kept just three clean sheets in that span, two of which came against a Fulham who would later be relegated from the top flight and League One Morecambe in the FA Cup third round.

However, with Tuchel, that figure of 13 conceded increases only by 11, which is even more remarkable as 50 games for the German are compared to just 10 with his predecessor, while they have achieved 28 more shutouts.

Edouard Mendy has been partly responsible for the 31 clean sheets kept under Tuchel

Edouard Mendy has been partly responsible for the 31 clean sheets kept under Tuchel

Edouard Mendy has been partly responsible for the 31 clean sheets kept under Tuchel

The balance and consistency of Tuchel’s men at both ends of the field has led them to drop just seven points from the winning positions, the last time being a 1-1 draw against Burnley earlier this month.

Tuchel’s men have also gained four points for losing positions, though you’d have to come back at the end of last season and their 2-1 Premier League win at the Etihad Stadium in May for the last time they came from behind to claim points. .

However, that victory in Manchester represents just one of the many outstanding results they have achieved under Tuchel’s leadership, with Real Madrid and Liverpool also defeated in the same period.

If the German can ensure his team continues in that form for their next 50 games, there will undoubtedly be a lot of silverware heading into Stamford Bridge again at the end of this season.

Tuchel's record demonstrates Chelsea's dramatic change since Lampard was fired

Tuchel's record demonstrates Chelsea's dramatic change since Lampard was fired

Tuchel’s record demonstrates Chelsea’s dramatic change since Lampard was fired

Chelsea's results in the last 10 games of former boss Lampard's tenure at the club

Chelsea's results in the last 10 games of former boss Lampard's tenure at the club

Chelsea’s results in the last 10 games of former boss Lampard’s tenure at the club

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