Why didn't Ziyech celebrate after scoring his goal against Brighton? How did Tuchel respond and justify the fall of Chelsea?

Why didn't Ziyech celebrate after scoring his goal against Brighton? How did Tuchel respond and justify the fall of Chelsea?  Hakim Ziyech refused to celebrate after scoring the first goal for Chelsea in the 1-1 draw with Brighton in the English Premier League, and spent long periods of the first half in a heated debate with fellow striker Romelu Lukaku on Tuesday.  But Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel said he was not interested in Ziyech's reaction, which comes as a response to the German coach's criticism of his offensive line.  "I'm happy," Tuchel said. "He can score 20 more goals and not celebrate and I have no problem. It's normal for them to talk, and they are not happy and they don't like it when we say we are waiting for more from them."  Ziyech scored the goal with a low shot that gave Chelsea the lead after 28 minutes, but he struggled against Brighton, who deserved the equalizer after an hour of playing with a powerful header from Adam Webster after a corner kick.  Chelsea remained third in the league without a win for the fourth consecutive game in the league, and are 12 points behind leaders Manchester City, who have one additional match.  Tuchel admitted that Chelsea had suffered greatly from physical and mental fatigue due to the tight match schedule, as he had played 15 matches since the beginning of last December.  "We've been playing a lot since last November," Tuchel said. "We need to recharge the batteries and rest. That's how I feel."  "In the reaction to the goal, we can see our fatigue. We are happy to score, but there was no joy. We will use the next Friday and Saturday to prepare for the Tottenham game next Sunday."  In response to a question about the tense relationship between Tuchel and striker Romelu Lukaku, the German coach said, "There are too many questions about Romelu, and there are too many answers about Romelu."  Brighton, in ninth place, continued his strong performances with coach Graham Potter, and it would not have been a surprise if he came out with a victory.  "I'm proud of the players," Potter said. "We put in a great performance and had a chance to win, but it didn't happen. The fans appreciate our style of play. We got a point and we're going to move forward."

Why didn't Ziyech celebrate after scoring his goal against Brighton? How did Tuchel respond and justify the fall of Chelsea?

Hakim Ziyech refused to celebrate after scoring the first goal for Chelsea in the 1-1 draw with Brighton in the English Premier League, and spent long periods of the first half in a heated debate with fellow striker Romelu Lukaku on Tuesday.

But Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel said he was not interested in Ziyech's reaction, which comes as a response to the German coach's criticism of his offensive line.

"I'm happy," Tuchel said. "He can score 20 more goals and not celebrate and I have no problem. It's normal for them to talk, and they are not happy and they don't like it when we say we are waiting for more from them."

Ziyech scored the goal with a low shot that gave Chelsea the lead after 28 minutes, but he struggled against Brighton, who deserved the equalizer after an hour of playing with a powerful header from Adam Webster after a corner kick.

Chelsea remained third in the league without a win for the fourth consecutive game in the league, and are 12 points behind leaders Manchester City, who have one additional match.

Tuchel admitted that Chelsea had suffered greatly from physical and mental fatigue due to the tight match schedule, as he had played 15 matches since the beginning of last December.

"We've been playing a lot since last November," Tuchel said. "We need to recharge the batteries and rest. That's how I feel."

"In the reaction to the goal, we can see our fatigue. We are happy to score, but there was no joy. We will use the next Friday and Saturday to prepare for the Tottenham game next Sunday."

In response to a question about the tense relationship between Tuchel and striker Romelu Lukaku, the German coach said, "There are too many questions about Romelu, and there are too many answers about Romelu."

Brighton, in ninth place, continued his strong performances with coach Graham Potter, and it would not have been a surprise if he came out with a victory.

"I'm proud of the players," Potter said. "We put in a great performance and had a chance to win, but it didn't happen. The fans appreciate our style of play. We got a point and we're going to move forward."(REUTERS)


Excluding the most expensive and best football players from the world team... Have the referendums lost their credibility? fifa the best  When the ideal squad of football players (world team) for 2021 has been devoid of the most expensive player in the world for several years, the French star Kylian Mbappe, the top scorer of Paris Saint-Germain, and the third best player in the world officially, the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the top scorer for Liverpool, it should not pass Passing unnoticed without denunciation.  The ideal squad for 2021 was chosen based on a referendum for the two international football associations “FIFA” and professional players “FIFAPRO”.  It was remarkable the absence of Mbappe and Salah from the squad, which was accused of being dyed with passion and lack of objectivity in some choices, as it was dyed with the history of some players and not their reality, such as Cristiano Ronaldo, who did not appear in 2021 at the level that makes him worthy of being in the ideal squad.  It is strange that the perfect squad was announced last Monday during the FIFA ceremony, which was held virtually at the headquarters of FIFA in the Swiss city of Zurich, a ceremony in which the Polish star Robert Lewandowski won the “best” award presented by the International Federation of the game, which is awarded to the best player in the world in 2021.  And the second place after Lewandowski was the Argentine star Lionel Messi, followed by Mohamed Salah, who reached with him the final list of nominees for the prestigious award, meaning that the Egyptian star is in the final list of the 3 best players in the world, as recognized by FIFA itself.  Salah's qualification for the final list of the three candidates was not a coincidence, but came after his remarkable brilliance this season with his Liverpool team, for the second time in 4 years, where he also came third in 2018.  Salah is completely unique in the Premier League's top scorer with 16 goals, a full 6 goals behind his runner-up and teammate in Liverpool, Diego Jota.  Croatian defender Dejan Lovren, a former Liverpool player, and the current Russian Zenit Saint Petersburg, mocked Salah's exclusion from the squad for the year.  Lovren said in a tweet to him on Twitter, "Mohamed Salah has no place in the Fifabro squad again! Whoever has knowledge of football knows that he deserves to be in the squad. What does Salah need to be in the best squad? Perhaps a European passport."  While the former Tunisian star Tariq Diab, an analyst with "BN Sports" channels, criticized the lack of Salah among 4 strikers in the ideal squad for the world, despite being the third best player in the world at the same time.  Mbappe is the most expensive in the world As for Mbappe, 23, who won the 2018 World Cup in Russia while he was still a young man, his exclusion from the ideal squad was a great surprise, and not far from his leadership with Karim Benzema for the France team to win the 2021 European Nations League title at the expense of Spain, where they scored the two winning goals. 2-1.  Mbappe has been considered the most expensive player in the world since 2018, according to the German "Transfermarkt" website, which specializes in the football economy and the market values ​​of players.  The ideal squad announced by FIFA was as follows:-  Goalkeeper: Italian Gianluigi Donnarumma (AC Milan / Paris Saint-Germain).* Defense: Austrian David Alaba (Bayern Munich/Real Madrid), Italian Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus) and Portuguese Ruben Diaz (Manchester City). Midfield: Belgian Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City), Italian Jorginho (Chelsea), French N'Golo Kante (Chelsea). Forwards: Norwegian Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund), Poland's Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Argentina's Lionel Messi (Barcelona/Paris Saint-Germain), Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus and Manchester United).

Excluding the most expensive and best football players from the world team, Have the referendums lost their credibility?

fifa the best

When the ideal squad of football players (world team) for 2021 has been devoid of the most expensive player in the world for several years, the French star Kylian Mbappe, the top scorer of Paris Saint-Germain, and the third best player in the world officially, the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the top scorer for Liverpool, it should not pass Passing unnoticed without denunciation.

The ideal squad for 2021 was chosen based on a referendum for the two international football associations “FIFA” and professional players “FIFAPRO”.

It was remarkable the absence of Mbappe and Salah from the squad, which was accused of being dyed with passion and lack of objectivity in some choices, as it was dyed with the history of some players and not their reality, such as Cristiano Ronaldo, who did not appear in 2021 at the level that makes him worthy of being in the ideal squad.

It is strange that the perfect squad was announced last Monday during the FIFA ceremony, which was held virtually at the headquarters of FIFA in the Swiss city of Zurich, a ceremony in which the Polish star Robert Lewandowski won the “best” award presented by the International Federation of the game, which is awarded to the best player in the world in 2021.

And the second place after Lewandowski was the Argentine star Lionel Messi, followed by Mohamed Salah, who reached with him the final list of nominees for the prestigious award, meaning that the Egyptian star is in the final list of the 3 best players in the world, as recognized by FIFA itself.

Salah's qualification for the final list of the three candidates was not a coincidence, but came after his remarkable brilliance this season with his Liverpool team, for the second time in 4 years, where he also came third in 2018.

Salah is completely unique in the Premier League's top scorer with 16 goals, a full 6 goals behind his runner-up and teammate in Liverpool, Diego Jota.

Croatian defender Dejan Lovren, a former Liverpool player, and the current Russian Zenit Saint Petersburg, mocked Salah's exclusion from the squad for the year.

Lovren said in a tweet to him on Twitter, "Mohamed Salah has no place in the Fifabro squad again! Whoever has knowledge of football knows that he deserves to be in the squad. What does Salah need to be in the best squad? Perhaps a European passport."

While the former Tunisian star Tariq Diab, an analyst with "BN Sports" channels, criticized the lack of Salah among 4 strikers in the ideal squad for the world, despite being the third best player in the world at the same time.

Mbappe is the most expensive in the world

As for Mbappe, 23, who won the 2018 World Cup in Russia while he was still a young man, his exclusion from the ideal squad was a great surprise, and not far from his leadership with Karim Benzema for the France team to win the 2021 European Nations League title at the expense of Spain, where they scored the two winning goals. 2-1.

Mbappe has been considered the most expensive player in the world since 2018, according to the German "Transfermarkt" website, which specializes in the football economy and the market values ​​of players.

The ideal squad announced by FIFA was as follows:-

Goalkeeper: Italian Gianluigi Donnarumma (AC Milan / Paris Saint-Germain).*Defense: Austrian David Alaba (Bayern Munich/Real Madrid), Italian Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus) and Portuguese Ruben Diaz (Manchester City).Midfield: Belgian Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City), Italian Jorginho (Chelsea), French N'Golo Kante (Chelsea).Forwards: Norwegian Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund), Poland's Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Argentina's Lionel Messi (Barcelona/Paris Saint-Germain), Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus and Manchester United).

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