“At the moment, it’s a lack of precision. Not opportunities or touches in the box. It’s down to decision making and today…I didn’t feel we killed the game when it was there to be done.”
Having already slammed his forward players, Tuchel also appeared to take a swipe at the likes of Kai Havertz and Timo Werner who have underperformed since joining Chelsea last summer.
While Christian Pulisic was also perhaps in the firing line, having failed to convince Tuchel to hand him a start so far.
He added when asked if his biggest challenge is to make the attacking talent play well: “My job is to win games, it’s not to put some expensive guys together.”