Chelsea: Thomas Tuchel satisfied with Everton performance because ‘a win is a win’

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Chelsea: Thomas Tuchel satisfied with Everton performance because ‘a win is a win'” – below is their description.

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel was satisfied with his team’s tight victory against Everton in their opening Premier League fixture.

The Blues won 1-0 at Goodison Park on Saturday evening, thanks to a Jorginho penalty deep into first-half injury time.

“It’s always about the win when you play [in the] Premier League,” Tuchel said.

“A win is a win. It’s most important because that’s what we play for and it’s of course very important now to build up confidence, belief and an atmosphere.”

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