Mason Mount put in another impressive performance under Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea, helping them to a second consecutive Premier League victory.
The Blues ran out 1-0 winners over Tottenham thanks to Jorginho’s penalty, handing Jose Mourinho the first back-to-back league defeats of his managerial career.
Although Mount and his team-mates were criticised for their lack of consistency under Frank Lampard, they have now won two games in a row under their new manager without conceding.
While the England midfielder was delighted by the three points against their rivals, he has since admitted that he could’ve put in a more complete performance.
Mason Mount put in another impressive performance for Chelsea against Spurs
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When asked about his chat with Tuchel in the tunnel, Mount told BT Sport: “I just said I should’ve had one or two, definitely, and we spoke about it at half-time as well, just be clinical.
“Go with a purpose and want to score. I didn’t have my shooting boots on today so that’s something I’ll work on in the week.
“It’s something a bit different, I’ve been playing a bit deeper so to be up in the box a bit more, I need to work on that finishing. Hopefully it will come.”
Adding when asked if their narrow win was a fair result: “I think we had a lot of control in the first half.
Thomas Tuchel is pleased with the early progress at Chelsea
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“We should’ve scored more in the game. I had a couple of chances, we had a couple more chances where we should be way more clinical in front of goal.
“That’s something we need to work on, myself as well. But I think we had good possession throughout the game. It’s always tough to come here and control it throughout.
“They go forward, they push for the goal, they knew they were 1-0 down at the…