Furious In tense footage, Thomas Tuchel lashes out at Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy.

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Furious In tense footage, Thomas Tuchel lashes out at Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy.

After Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy was yellow-carded for wasting time during the Blues’ 3-0 win over Leicester City at the King Power Stadium, Thomas Tuchel was heard yelling at him.

During Chelsea’s 3-0 triumph over Leicester City at the King Power Stadium, Thomas Tuchel was furious after Edouard Mendy was given a yellow card for wasting time.

Chelsea increased their Premier League lead with a convincing win over Leicester City, thanks to goals from Antonio Rudiger, N’Golo Kanté, and Christian Pulisic.

Tuchel’s win was his fourth straight away victory, and the three points put them six points clear, at least until the 3 p.m. kick-offs.

And the German coach’s enraged reaction to Mendy appearing to waste time before striking a goal-kick was a talking point of the game.

Tuchel was visibly irritated that his goalkeeper had been given an unnecessary yellow card.

However, after the final whistle, the two embraced as the Blues climbed to the top of the table.

Tuchel’s victory was noteworthy since it came after Chelsea’s 1-1 draw with Burnley at Stamford Bridge.

There were some concerns that the Clarets’ late goal would send Chelsea into a tailspin, but instead, Brendan Rodger’s side’s terrible form continued, particularly at home.

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The Northern Ireland manager followed Tuchel’s 3-4-3 formation, but that’s where the similarities ended; the away side dominated the first half and deservedly won, with Leicester unable to score until the 63rd minute.

Ben Chilwell, who was booed at his old pitch, struck the crossbar early on before setting up defender Rudiger for the opening goal on the 14th minute.

N’Golo Kante, a former Fox, then dribbled the ball into midfield and slotted a left-footed shot past Kasper Schmeichel to put the Blues up 2-0.

When Christian Pulisic scored in the second half to cement the game and put Chelsea ahead in the title race, Leicester were down three goals.

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