BRN VS CHE: Toney and Mbeumo, The 2 Brentford players that could be a bit Problematic for Chelsea
Chelsea wrapped up last weekend’s EPL with a well deserved win at home, defeating Southampton 3-1 at Stamford Bridge. The blues are the only top club in the Premier League that successfully came out with all three points in the Game Week 7. The likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, Man United and Everton dropped points after drawing their last matches. Chelsea are currently at the top of the League table, with a point differentiating them from Liverpool who is literally at the 2nd spot in the EPL table.
The European Champions will play against newly promoted side Brentford fc immediately after the the International Break. And the Blues will be looking to stretch their 2021-22 EPL unbeaten away run with a win at the Brentford community stadium. This particular fixture might look easy but the truth of the matter is that it will be a very difficult game for Thomas Tuchel’s side to win.
Brentford were promoted in the Premier League this season. The club had remained unbeaten since their arrival in the EPL. They have played seven games, and has faced two big teams in that seven matches. Brentford won Arsenal, drew Liverpool, won Wolves and won West Ham. This team has proven that they will be problematic in the League and this also tells us that they are here to stay and not to be relegated anytime soon.
There are are two players who are behind Brentford’s emphatic form. Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbeumo are the two players behind Brentford’s success. These players has been productive since the start of the season especially in big matches. Toney also plays a great part by creating problems for defenders with his huge body. When he is with the ball, it is very difficult to displace the ball from him unless he is being fouled.He is very good at winning aerial duels. Mbeumo on his own side is good at shooting. Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel’s should be weary of these two players after the International break in order not to be cut unawares by Brentford.