March Manager of the month was today on the early kick-off inflicted five goals from the relegated threatened side Albions. Thomas Tuchel Unbeaten honeymoon run was halted after Thiago silver was given an early red card that changed the whole game as Chelsea became vulnerable at their defense.
Chelsea had secured an early lead Courtesy of Marco Alonso free-kick that was converted by Christian Pulisic. Just two minutes after the Blues had taken the lead, Jorgihno made life difficult for Silva when the Brazilian was booked for the second yellow card in the 29th minute of the game. He was sent off from the pitch after being shown a red card.
The game began to be shambolic with Tuchel sacrificing Ziyech for Christensen to back up the defense. It took the Baggies a few minutes in the stoppage time to score two goals, with Pereira and Robinson producing one goal each.
In the second half, both Pereira and Robinson doubled the lead giving Chelsea a hard time to pull back goals. The goals from the duos completed an embarrassing afternoon at the Bridge.
The blues pulled back just one goal after bringing Mason mount, but that wasn’t enough for the blues to change the game. Ayeji scored for the Baggies to seal the win for Sam Allydance’s side in the afternoon.
This was the first time for the blues to lose a game since Thomas Tuchel took as the head coach after the sacking of Frank Lampard.
Blues have a lot of games this April that could be a month of turning out to be a make-it break for the Blues. On Wednesday they face Fc Porto in the first leg of Champions League quarter-finals. Will the blues come back to their winning streak?