Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel is concerned about his team’s chances in the top four after losing to Everton on Sunday.
The Blues slipped by a single kick to Richarlison at Goodison Park as Tuchel complained about their level in the closing games of the season as they struggled to beat teams.
“I’ve said it several weeks ago, I’ve never felt safe and it doesn’t matter if we’re in a race for number one, top two, top three, top four, it doesn’t matter what race we’re in, it’s not enough to get four points out of four games.
“So we have to take care of ourselves and at the moment we don’t get points when we play very well and we deserve more, and we lose when we play well, which is a bad combination,” Tuchel said after the match. .
After being eliminated from the Champions League by Real Madrid, Chelsea have won only two of their last five games and have matches left against Wolverhampton, Leeds, Leicester, Watford and Arsenal in the Premier League.
They are currently in third place with 66 points; They are only three points ahead of fourth-placed Arsenal, who will meet in their last game of the season.