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4 Players Chelsea Should Remove From Their Starting Xl in Order To Perform Better in Upcoming Games

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Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea has not been performing so well this season after they narrowly won Everton in their first match, shared the points with Antonio Conte’s Tottenham in their second fixture, and lost at Elland Road against Leeds United. The blues conceded cheap goals in their games so far and it is not encouraging despite their expensive summer signings.

Some players need to be dropped from Chelsea’s starting XI if they want to perform better in their subsequent matches and this article states four players the club should remove from the starting XI.

1 – Mason Mount:

 

The English player has been awful this season as he hasn’t recorded any goal or assist. Mount’s poor performance is badly affecting the team and should be removed from the starting XI if the blues wants to perform better.

Mount has played every Chelsea game this season without performing better and should be benched for the American player, Christian Pulisic.

2 – Marc Cucurella:

The summer signing is another player the blues should remove from their starting XI. Cucurella performed badly in today’s match as he was unable to make a successful cross. Ben Chilwell is more experienced than the former Brighton player and should always be in the starting XI instead of Cucurella.

3 – Kai Havertz:

 

Havertz’s impact in Chelsea’s matches this season is no longer felt, the German international has been struggling to pick form this season and should be removed from the starting XI until he is back on track. Havertz finds it hard to bang vital goals despite striking for the blues.

He is yet to get a goal or assist despite much playing time this season.

4. Raheem Sterling:

 

The England international should also be removed from the starting XI. Sterling was signed from Manchester City to help Chelsea solve their scoring problems but seems the player cannot solve the blues problem. Sterling keeps wasting vital goal-scoring chances and also lacks good dribbling recovery, giving out the ball to his opponent

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