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The English Premier League giants Chelsea began their preparation games on a loss as they suffered a shock 1 – 0 loss to Aston Villa in a crunch encounter between both clubs.

The Blues were shambolic all through the match as they suffered an embarrassing defeat in today’s friendly matches.

The Chelsea Superstars which include Andrea Bettinelli, Brooking, Humpreys, Trevoh Chalobah, Marc Cucurella, Ben Webster, Jorginho, Lewis Hall, Hutchinson, Armando Broja and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang were all shambolic in today’s friendly match.

The West London based club Chelsea were shambolic in defence as they went one goal behind in the opening 45 minutes of the game.

In the second half, The English Premier League giants Chelsea created numerous chances but they were unable to score the equalizer against their opponent.

Let’s take a look at three tactical mistakes Graham Potter made during their game against Aston Villa;

1. WRONG LINE UP AND FORMATION: The Chelsea gaffer Graham Potter used a 3-4-1-2 formation for today’s friendly game.

The tactical mistake to name three fringe players in the defence line led to their shock loss to Aston Villa.

2. WRONG SUBSTITUTION: The England head coach Graham Potter made numerous changes in the second half. The Chelsea gaffer brought in the likes of Beach, Casadei and other players to replace the tired players.

The wrong decisions to introduce numerous players in the second half contributed to their terrible display against their opponent.

3. WRONG STYLE OF PLAY: The Chelsea gaffer Graham Potter started used one attacking midfielder in order to create chances for the attackers.

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In the second half, The Chelsea head coach made some changes in the set-up but they still failed to get an equalizer.

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