Wholesome Footage of Thomas Tuchel Reacting to His Banner at Stamford Bridge Emerges
- Thomas Tuchel could not help but express his uttermost joy after he caught a glimpse of his banner in Stamford Bridge during a Premier League game
- The 48-year-old German tactician saw for the first time a banner which read "Deutscher Maestro" in Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Leicester City last season
- Tuchel guided the Blues to a 1-0 win over Everton in their opening Premier League game as he seeks to win the English top-flight for the west Londoners since the 2016-17 campaign
Footage of Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel reacting to a banner at Stamford Bridge eulogizing him has resurfaced on the internet.
Supporters of the London-based club opted to show their trust and affection for the German tactician in the most profound way ahead of a Premier League encounter against Leicester City last season.
Since his appointment in January 2021, the former Paris Saint-Germain manager has won three trophies for the west Londoners - Champions League, Super Cup and Club World Cup - with his efforts duly recognised by the fanbase.
In a video posted on Twitter, sighted by Sports Brief, the 48-year-old Tuchel gave the warmest of reactions to his Chelsea banner which was unveiled by the supporters during the club's 1-1 draw with Leicester City last season.
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The heartwarming gesture was organised by supporter group 'WeAreTheShed' which saw the banner on display in the Shed End at Stamford Bridge before kick-off.
The banner read 'Deutscher Maestro' with a picture of the Blues head coach.
In an interaction with Chelsea TV, Tuchel expressed his gratitude to the supporters: "I saw the banner. I was looking at Mason's banner, I didn't see that I had a banner. It's fantastic, thank you very much for that. It's unbelievable, the first time, very happy about it."
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Tuchel is currently undergoing a poor run of form after his side struggled to churn out impressive results during pre-season friendlies.
Chelsea scrapped through a 2-1 victory over Club America before losing to Charlotte FC on post-match penalties. They then suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of their London rivals, Arsenal, sparking questions about the Blues' preparedness for the upcoming season.
Source: Sports Brief News