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Tuchel reflects on a good final day and updates on fitness of Hudson-Odoi and missing Alonso

Thomas Tuchel admitted our final game of the season felt a little strange given there was nothing on the line but he praised the application of his players to sign off with a win.

Goals from Kai Havertz and Ross Barkley earned us all three points against already-relegated Watford, the latter coming late in stoppage time after the Hornets had snatched an 87th-minute equaliser through Dan Gosling

That left Tuchel fearing another case of déjà vu but Barkley’s winner ensured a bright ending to a tumultuous season at Stamford Bridge

‘When you play a game with not so much pressure than usual, it can be a little strange but I am happy we won,’ said Tuchel after the match.Thomas Tuchel admitted our final game of the season felt a little strange given there was nothing on the line but he praised the application of his players to sign off with a will

Goals from Kai Havertz and Ross Barkley earned us all three points against already-relegated Watford, the latter coming late in stoppage time after the Hornets had snatched an 87th-minute equaliser through Dan Gosling

That left Tuchel fearing another case of déjà vu but Barkley’s winner ensured a bright ending to a tumultuous season at Stamford Bridge

‘When you play a game with not so much pressure than usual, it can be a little strange but I am happy we won,’ said Tuchel after the match.

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