Lampard sacking might have been unjustified due to him not getting the desired time to implement his ideas fully in the Chelsea team. Regardless of that fact, Tuchel's performance continues to justify why he is in charge of Chelsea. His fourth game as a Chelsea coach has resulted in three straight wins with the first one being a goal goalless draw against wolves.

Ever since his first game, the Chelsea team appeared to be a team on a mission and has won the rest of their games including the latest 2-1 against Sheffield United. The fluidity of passes and more attacking intent to score separates this Chelsea side from that of Lampard. The defense looks more solid once more and the only blemish to an otherwise perfect match was the own goal scored by Rudiger. It was the first time Chelsea will concede with Tuchel in charge and the first in the past four games.

Sheffield wasn't a weak opponent as they have demonstrated in recent weeks their ability to get results against the top sides. Unfortunately for them, Chelsea wasn't in the mood to drop points, and they controlled the game from start to finish. Tuchel will appreciate the win as the next opponent offers an even tougher contest as they are more equipped with better players.

Chelsea's goals were scored by Mason mount and Jorginho. Timo Werner provided the assist for Mason mount in the 43rd minute to put the blues ahead. Unfortunately for Chelsea, Rudiger's own goal cost Chelsea a clean sheet and also drew the game level for the host in the 54th minute. jorginho claimed all three points for Chelsea with his perfectly placed penalty kick in the 58th minute. The win moves Chelsea to 5th on the English log table and just top Westham united on goal differences. It remains to be seen whether Chelsea could qualify for the champions league as tougher matches pile up.