Former Arsenal supervisor, Arsene Wenger, has backed Thomas Tuchel’s choice to take away Callum Hudson-Odoi throughout Chelsea’s 1-1 draw with Southampton on Saturday.
Hudson-Odoi began the sport from the bench however changed the injured Tammy Abraham after the primary half.
Tuchel, nevertheless, eliminated the England ahead and introduced on Hakim Ziyech in his place.
Wenger changed a substitute just one time throughout his 22-year reign at Arsenal in 2008, when Emmanuel Eboue was hauled off at dwelling towards Wigan.
And the Frenchman has admitted Hudson-Odoi badly struggled and was “not within the sport” in any respect within the second half at Southampton.
He instructed beIN Sports activities, “I’ve accomplished it as soon as in my life often because I used to be scared to lose the sport as a result of the man was utterly misplaced.
“Principally, he [Hudson-Odoi] performed in a Christmas tree, in that place behind the central striker which turned Werner within the second half and he [Hudson-Odoi] by no means discovered the fitting place in there.
“I see him extra in a large place and he was not within the sport.”