Tuchel praises Jorge Hugo’s spirit for saving Chelsea with two penalties

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Chelsea v Leeds United 2-2 at Stamford Bridge The rivalry between the fans of both teams was overwhelming. The show provided entertainment until the very end. In the end, the home team won 3-2.

In that match, which involved three penalties, Rafinha won a penalty kick by winger Daniel James about one-third of the time. Towards the end of the first half, the home side got a revenge goal from Mason Mount, who was in form.

The home side were awarded a penalty just 10 minutes into the second half. The penalty was converted by midfielder Jorge Hugo. The home team took a 2-1 lead for a long time. With seven minutes to go, Leeds side responded with a goal from substitute youngster Galha.

Chelsea, who lost last week, are close to losing another two points. Defender Rudi Garcia’s cleverness earned him a penalty in stoppage time. It was Jorge Hugo who made a steady end to the game and scored the full point.

Jorgenho, who converted two crucial penalties into goals, is the only one of Chelsea’s three key midfielders without injury. According to coach Thomas Tuchel, he is still suffering from back pain.

In a post-match press conference, Tuchel praised Jorge Hugo for his tough spirit: “George is a very important player for us. He spent weeks playing for the club. ”

“At the moment, I feel like George is going to have problems with his fitness. Because he is in the Premier League. Euro Champions League Because you pay 100% in major competitions such as the World Cup. It is not just physical; Emotionally, it is quite tiring. ”

“He was not involved in the pre-season preparations. We played in the European Super Cup final. So at some point in the season he realized he was going to have a tough time. Anglo The same is true of Kovar. ”

“He pays with his best efforts every day. With fitness coaches, he strives to stay in shape.

It is very good to have this attitude. Today is the day to be rewarded for his efforts. It is not easy to finish two penalties in a row. ”