Official: Thomas Tuchel’s Men Win Mind Series Trophy Over Arsenal And Spurs

Chelsea have stated this campaign with titles after won the Mind Series trophy over their London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.

The Blues, the Gunners and Tottenham Hotspur are all taking part in a mini pre-season tournament called the Mind Series.

All three capital clubs host a round-robin fixture at their home stadium, with funds raised to be split between mental health charity Mind and the clubs’ respective foundations.

The Blues kick-off their fixtures in the tournament at Arsenal last Sunday, and Thomas Tuchel’s men leave the Emirates stadium with all three points, thank goals to Kai Havertz and substitute Tammy Abraham.

The German playmaker, who ended last campaign in fabulous form, netted a lovely goal to put the European champions ahead of the home side’s, who struggled to made impressed in their recent season.

The Gunners, then, equasile through Granit Xhaka, who capitalize Nicolas Pepe corner in the 68 minutes of the game.

Several minutes later, substitute Tammy Abraham capitalize Bellerin’s poor back-pass to given his side’s a desired win.

Thomas Tuchel’s men, then, host Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday and mouthwatering encounter between them was ended 2-2 draw.

The Blues, who win their last three pre-season friendlies matches, made perfect start to the game and found themselves lead through Hakim Ziyech, who has been in excellent form this summer.

The Moroccan international, who marked his first appearances in Chelsea shirt with an hat-rick, delivered a long-range effort to put the Champions League holder ahead of the visitor.

Timo Werner, then, doubled his side’s lead, but his effort was cancelled due to offside, as half-time ended favourite Thomas Tuchel’s men.

In the 48th minutes of the game, Hakim Ziyech doubled his side’s lead after Timo Werner, runs down the channels and finds Pulisic, who pegs it back for Ziyech in the middle, and his shot bobbles into the far corner after a slight deflection. 

Tottenham Hotspur, then, scored their first goal through Luca Moura, who is effort deflects off Antonio Rudiger and past Edouard Mendy.

Bergwijn, the scored amazing goal to put the Spurs back on the game as match ended 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday evening.

The last fixture in the tournament held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday afternoon, between Spurs and the Gunners.

Despite Mikel Arteta’s men dominating possession and created a lot chance throughout the match, they failed to broken the deadlock.

Alexandre Lacazette had couples of chance but the Frenchman’s effort was not able to get inside the net.

Tottenham, meanwhile, took the lead in the 78 minute through Son Heung-min, who delivered a lovely finish to end their pre-season campaign in high spirits.

Since mouthwatering encounter between Spurs and Arsenal ended only goal, reports cfcpage, confirmed that the Blues have won the tournament series ahead of Tottenham and Arsenal.

Final table:

1st Chelsea 8 points
2nd Tottenham 7 points
3rd Arsenal 1 point

The pride of London. 

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