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Thomas Tuchel delivers ‘strong’ Chelsea vow ahead of a crucial Leicester City rematch.

Thomas Tuchel delivers 'strong' Chelsea vow ahead of a crucial Leicester City rematch.

Thomas Tuchel is urging his Chelsea players to bounce back quickly from their FA Cup anguish at the hands of Leicester City.

Leicester defeated Chelsea in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday to lift the trophy for the first time in their history, thanks to Youri Tielemans remarkable second-half goal.

But there is limited time to settle on that event, as the teams go head-to-head once again on Tuesday night at Stamford Bridge in a crunch Premier League clash.

With two league games to go, Leicester are third in the table, two points above fourth-placed Chelsea, and three clear of fifth-placed Liverpool.

The Blues are also in the Champions League final, in which they play Pep Guardiola’s City at the end of this month.


Tuchel believes his players are firm enough to sweep Saturday’s setback to one side and concentrate on the task at hand.

“This is a strong group”, he told the club’s official website.

“There is no reason to doubt these players, who have done so well to get into the top four from 10th place, to reach the FA Cup final and to be in the final of the Champions League.

“We are strong enough to handle these situations and these are the challenges that we face. It’s not easy, but it is fun, and there are a lot of teams chasing us and our situation.”

Asked about his readiness for the Leicester rematch, Tuchel added: “There is nothing much to do – we focus on our performance, this is what we always do.

“Ok, in a final we make an excuse and say ok, no matter what, you take any result or any win, no matter how you get your hands on the trophy, you take it, but in general we are about performance, and we will now talk about what we did good and what we can do better to be ready on Tuesday.

“This is it in sports, there is no team that never loses, there is no single sports guy out there who never loses. Now it’s about coming back, bouncing back, showing mentality again and belief on Tuesday.

“We’ve missed now a trophy, which we are very sad about, but we have another competition now, with two finals against Leicester and Aston Villa, and then another final.

“We have enough to do. We cannot regret for too long.”

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