Manchester United legend, Paul Scholes, has disagreed with Chelsea supervisor, Thomas Tuchel’s feedback following either side’ Premier League 0-0 draw.
Chelsea and Man United performed a goalless draw at Stamford Bridge on Sunday evening, with each groups having just a few possibilities through the encounter.
The end result means Chelsea are nonetheless on the fifth place on the log, whereas Man United are within the second place with 12 factors behind leaders Manchester Metropolis.
After the match, Tuchel had advised Sky Sports activities: “It was a high-quality sport between two very sturdy groups. We suffered within the first half, however total it was a good sport. Within the second half, I assumed we have been actually sturdy.
“I assumed we have been nearer to successful it, however there was a number of high quality on the pitch. Efficiency-wise I’m happy. We defended very nicely within the final line, and I’m very pleased with that.”
Reacting to Tuchel’s feedback, Scholes advised Premier League productions that Tuchel should have been watching a special sport after the Chelsea head coach claimed the end result was stuffed with “prime quality”.
Scholes stated, “I really suppose Tuchel was watching a special sport on his iPad when he stated it was a sport full of top quality.
“I didn’t see one little bit of high quality all through the sport. The variety of occasions gamers obtained in good positions however failed with simple passes. Scott McTominay, Bruno Fernandes…
“There was high quality on the pitch, don’t get me improper, however did any of them present it? I don’t suppose they did.”