Thomas Tuchel Reveals How Frank Lampard Helped Chelsea Reach Champions League Final

Thomas Tuchel Reveals How Frank Lampard Helped Chelsea Reach Champions League Final

- Thomas Tuchel shower praises on Frank Lampard ahead of the Champions League final

- The German boss admitted that Chelsea could progress into the final of the UCL because of Frank's foundation

- The Blues will battle Man City in a bid to win their 2nd-ever title in the competition

Thomas Tuchel has refused to take all the credit for Chelsea's Champions League progress to the final this season.

The Blues will face their Premier League rivals, Manchester City, in the final of the European competition billed for Istanbul on May 29.

Despite doing an awesome job since he took charge of the club in January, the German-born tactician believes Frank Lampard laid a very good foundation for him while he was the boss.

Tuchel insisted that he recognised the work his predecessor had done and he just had to continue from there according to Sky Sport.

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Thomas Tuchel says Frank Lampard vital in Chelsea reaching Champions League final
Frank Lampard hailing Mason Mount after bringing him out of their FA Cup fourth-round win over Luton Town. Photo by Chris Lee - Chelsea FC
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"You can only arrive in a Champions League final if you make it through the group stage and Frank had an amazing record in the group stage. This lays the foundations for getting to the final and I will never forget this.
"From the first day when I came in here, I was aware that Frank created his own legacy at Chelsea and it is well deserved. When I came in it was halfway through the season and it was about continuing the job he had done."

Meanwhile, the venue of the final which has been scheduled for Istanbul could change due to the rise in the number of VOVID-19 cases in the country. earlier reported Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has commended Chelsea under the tutelage of Thomas Tuchel after reaching the Champions League final this season.

The Blues dispatched Real Madrid 3-1 on aggregate after their semifinal fixtures to set up an all-English final in Istanbul later this month.

Chelsea became formidable again after hiring the German boss as a replacement for Frank Lampard in January.


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