Timo Werner and Olivier Giroud netted a goal each in the first half to guide the home side to victory. Photo by Darren Walsh. Source: Getty Images The Blues were keen to build on their newfound momentum under Thomas Tuchel, with the side yet to suffer any defeat under the German. Tuchel had led Chelsea to three wins and a draw in four of his last top-flight matches, helping the west London side move closer to a Champions League place. Despite being without veteran defender Thiago Silva, the tactician named a strong side for the home tie against the Magpies – and rather surprisingly, drafted Kepa Arrizabalaga in the line up to man the net.
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