Chelsea are at Man City’s level – Tottenham star admits

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Chelsea played out a 2-2 draw with Tottenham at Stamford Bridge on Sunday evening.

It was a game Chelsea dominated from start to finish, and the Blues were unlucky not to take all three points from the game.

Speaking after the game, Spurs midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg who scored Spurs opening goal, admitted that Chelsea are up there at a high level with Manchester City and Liverpool.

The midfielder told Viaplay: “It’s always very difficult to come here [Stamford Bridge]. For me, they are at the same level as Manchester City and Liverpool.

“When they are in the flow, they really play aggressive, dynamic football and it is something that is very difficult to stand against. It’s a very very good team but again, we also want to be a very good team.”

Tuchel was however pleased with the performance of his team after a 2-2 draw with Tottenham.

“The players know what input they put into this game, mentally and physically, we were so sharp, fully on it,” said Tuchel.

“We played a brilliant match. It was such a step-up for us from the first day in Everton. I’m very disappointed for the players they don’t get the reward they should have.

“It happens during life as a football coach that you sometimes get caught in the last minute. We will hopefully have it in a season that we will steal some points in the last minute. It cannot happen when we have VAR, goals allowed that are irregular goals. It’s unacceptable.”

6 Comments on "Chelsea are at Man City’s level – Tottenham star admits"

  1. That referee have to ban from referring Chelsea matches, because he was the main cause of Chelsea draw
    Together with CARS.

  2. I think ref had placed a bet he favored tote

  3. The ref is a fan of Man U

  4. The game was a good one and Chelsea are supposed the favorite to win the game if not for the stupid officiating of the referee

  5. Banda Steven | August 17, 2022 at 12:50 pm |

    I think ref was not okay that is my comment

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