Thomas Tuchel’s Records Against Clubs – All Stats You Need To Know

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Here are the records Thomas Tuchel holds against some of the biggest clubs

Can you guess which club has the worst record against Thomas Tuchel? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best clubs in the world, that is, their all time performing stats.

The German legend is one of the best managers in the world right now. This article will tell you about the records Thomas Tuchel holds against some of the biggest clubs.

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Record against clubs

Bayern Munich

  • Games – 18
  • Wins – 5
  • Draws – 2
  • Lose – 11
  • Goals – 19

FC Schalke 04

  • Games – 15
  • Wins – 3
  • Draws – 7
  • Lose – 5
  • Goals – 16

Bayer Leverkusen

  • Games – 14
  • Wins – 7
  • Draws – 2
  • Lose – 5
  • Goals – 24

Eintracht Frankfurt

  • Games – 13
  • Wins – 6
  • Draws – 2
  • Lose – 5
  • Goals – 21

Borussia Dortmund

  • Games – 12
  • Wins – 2
  • Draws – 2
  • Lose – 8
  • Goals – 11

Thomas Tuchel’s record against Bayer Leverkusen is quite good as compared to other clubs. In 2020, PSG sacked Tuchel and signed Mauricio Pochettino. In the same year, he went on to win the UCL with the English club.

Also Read: Mauricio Pochettino’s Records Against Clubs – All Stats You Need To Know

Chelsea is sitting on the third position on the Premier League points table. They are only 5 points ahead of the fifth place Tottenham Hotspur which has made Tuchel worried about his last three games left in the league.

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Thomas Tuchel’s Titles

  • WORLD’S BEST CLUB COACH X1
  • FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP X1
  • UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE X1
  • DFB POKAL X1
  • LIGUE 1 X2
  • FRENCH CUP X1
  • FRENCH LEAGUE CUP X1
  • GERMAN UNDER-19 BUNDESLIGA X2
  • UEFA SUPERCUP X1
  • FRENCH SUPER CUP X2

Let us remind you that Chelsea lost to Real Madrid in the quarter-final of the UEFA Champions League this season. Karim Benzema was the one who made it possible for his club to clear their way to the semi-finals.

Real Madrid lost the first semi-final leg of the 2021/22 UEFA Champions League after facing a 4-3 defeat against Manchester City. The second leg will be played at Santiago Bernabeu and we bet the game is not gonna be soft.

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Shyam Sharma who joined SPORTS BIG NEWS in 2021. Focuses on soccer – chiefly the Premier League, LaLiga, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX and MLS. On occasion, also covers American sports, general news and entertainment. Fascinated by the language of sport – particularly the under-appreciated art of translating cliché-speak.