Chelsea characteristically stretched the play often, using both the wing-backs and inside forwards to try and open Villarreal up.
It’s a style of play that will likely reap plenty of rewards once Lukaku enters the fray as Tuchel’s central striker.
Chelsea will have the option to cross from deep or near the byline with either wing-back or use the interchange they so often pull off with aplomb to thread Lukaku in behind the defence.
While Werner can effectively get involved in free-flowing build-up between the European champions’ front three, Lukaku possesses abilities he simply does not.
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