The France international’s ability to start counter-attacking moves has been wasted
Thomas Tuchel has used Chelsea’s 1-1 draw away at Southampton to reiterate what he wants from his players, having failed to win for the first time in the last six games.
Tammy Abraham was substituted at half-time after failing to make an impact at St Mary’s. Callum Hudson-Odoi, who came on for him, was ruthlessly substituted in the second half after failing to impress his manager.
Chelsea only scored through a defensive mistake when Mason Mount converted a penalty he won himself. The attack in particular troubled Tuchel, who thinks N’Golo Kante’s attacking influence is being wasted by team-mates.