Why Pochettino should consider consistently combining Sterling and Mudryk in Chelsea games

The Chelsea Football Club’s duo attackers of Raheem Sterling and Mykhailo Mudryk are both performing at top levels at the moment even though Chelsea’s manager Mauricio Pochettino still demands more improvement from both attackers.


But at least Chelsea football club’s attackers are performing great, and it’s all thanks to Mudryk and Sterling who have been involved in goals for the Chelsea squad in Chelsea’s past few games.

Chelsea’s right wing-forward and left wing-forward positions are consistently improving in their attacking prowess whenever both Sterling and Mykhailo Mudryk are playing together on any of the wing-forward. But whenever one is substituted, Chelsea’s attacking threat diminishes, leading to poor performances from Chelsea’s attacking position and poor results too. Most times, Pochettino substitutes Mudryk earlier before the 60+ minutes and this early subbing of Mudryk doesn’t augur well for Chelsea’s squad.

I think it’s high time, Chelsea football club manager Mauricio Pochettino should consider combining Mudryk and Sterling for lengthy minutes in any of Chelsea’s games before subbing any one of them. This is because the early subbing of either Sterling or Mudryk has scarcely amassed any positive results for the Blues in their past games.

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