SOUTHAMPTON ..... 1 CHELSEA ............. 1
Mason Mount rescued them with a penalty after on-loan Liverpool ace Takumi Minamino had put Southampton ahead.
But Tuchel, who brought on Callum Hudson-Odoi at the break only to sub him 30 minutes later, fumed: “Clearly, this is a missed opportunity. We had the chance to make another win and it would have been deserved.
“But we were good for 80 meters but in the last 20, I was not happy. We weren’t decisive enough and our decision-making wasn’t good enough.
“Conceding that goal wasn’t a problem for me but in the attack, we were sloppy and missed the aggression to finish the game.”
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