Sport TUICE Before Real-Chelsea: "The challenge is to forget the result of the go"

21:25  04 may  2021
21:25  04 may  2021 Source:   sport24.lefigaro.fr

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  Tuchel avant Real-Chelsea : «Le challenge est d'oublier le résultat de l'aller» © Reuters / Sergio Perez

Keep the advantage or attack: "The challenge is to forget the result of the go. In a second round in Champions League, you must always start from 0-0. We are preparing to win this match, the result of the match go to zero importance in the preparation of the match of tomorrow, in the way we train or in what I will tell my players. We will have to put intensity. There is pressure at this level, and we must believe in itself, otherwise we have no chance against a team like Real. I'm sure my players feel that and they know how to deliver a great performance. "

Pulisic took over 10, Hazard's number: "It shows at what level he places his ambitions and dreams. The wrong side is that people are going all the time comparing them. But for the moment, Christian has a good impact on the team and we would be happy if he continued tomorrow after his goal go. "

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the return of Sergio Ramos:" That Ramos plays or not, it makes a big difference for Real, yes. He is the captain of the team who has had the most success in Europe in recent years. But we are not going to lose our ways for that, it is expected to play, we are preparing it, and we will make sure that it will not do the job alone. The main lesson of the game go is that we can trust us, that we deserve our place in the semifinals and that we are up to the challenge. "

On the tenure of Werner: "I know that Timo absolutely wants to mark. We must accept that the scorers sometimes lack big opportunities. It's part of the game. I have not yet taken all decisions on the team's composition, there is still a training session, I will see how players are confident, fit. Timo did not marque but he also has a high intensity in his defensive work. In the team everyone must take responsibility for scoring and defending. We create enough opportunities to score goals. For him, it will come with a time of adaptation, when he has more confidence in him. I trust all the players I will align tomorrow, and the good news is that no one has the obligation to win the match alone, we will do it together. "

N'Golo Kanté, the "dream" of Turche: "He has won all the possible trophies except the Champions League. Does win would it grow up? How far? This is already a top-player, it's the guy you need to earn trophies. When I led other clubs, I dreamed of having this player in my teams, and now I have it. It's an incredible example, it's a quiet, discreet boy who needs to have quality time for him, he smiles a lot, he communicates with everyone but he does not speak hard, he's still polite, It is through his performances that he expresses himself. "

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