Thomas Tuchel continued his unbeaten run as Chelsea boss after they played a goalless draw at Leeds in Saturday’s lunchtime fixture.
The German coach is now unbeaten in all 12 of his games in charge of Chelsea in all competitions, the joint-longest unbeaten start by a manager in the club’s history equalling the record by Felipe Scolari.
Chelsea stay in fourth position on 51 points while Leeds are in 11th on 36 points in the league table.
Chelsea made a bright start with Kai Havertz seeing a poke towards goal almost beating Illan Meslier in goal for Leeds.
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However, 17 seconds later, Leeds had the ball in the net after Patrick Bamford broke clear and rolled the ball to Tyler Roberts to tap in, only to be denied by an offside flag.
A lively start to the contest continued with a freak ricochet hitting Diego Llorente in the midriff and cannoning onto the bar before falling into the hands of the Leeds…
Source: Complete Sports