The real reason Chelsea's win v Man United meant so much to Mauricio Pochettino

Chelsea's 4-3 win against Man United meant a lot to Mauricio Pochettino.

Chelsea's latest win against Manchester United was special for Mauricio Pochettino in terms of confidence.

After an intense game of football at Stamford Bridge, where Chelsea defeated Manchester United 4-3, the energy in the squad has changed for the better. Chelsea drew 2-2 after the international break, and they needed to gain points to climb the table. It almost didn't happen as Man United were 3-2 up in the 90th minute. It all changed in the 95th minute as Chelsea was awarded a penalty, and Cole Palmer converted to equalize the score to 3-3. A minute later, Chelsea steals the three points as Palmer's shot in the box goes past Andre Onana to make it 4-3 for Chelsea. Mauricio Pochettino, along with the Chelsea fans and players, went wild, and they celebrated the dramatic victory. The win meant a lot to Pochettino, and he reveals why it meant a lot to him.

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Pochettino talked about his celebrations at the end of the game, and he shut down criticism he could receive since Mikel Arteta at Arsenal and Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool are also criticized for over-celebrating wins. Pochettino said, "I need to be clinical, calm, and analytical to focus on the game. At the end of the game, of course, show your passion like I showed today. It is not a circus that you need a clown on the touchline. Passion is not to be a crazy guy doing stupid things on the touchline. I am not like this."

Pochettino reveals why this win meant so much to him since it could get him and the fans closer. Chelsea are 9th in the Premier League table with 43 points and with nine games left in the Premier League for them, they could climb to European places.

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Pochettino admits he finally felt a connection with the Chelsea fans at Stamford Bridge

Pochettino talks about how special the win felt at Stamford Bridge and he says, "Always, before you talk about the pitch or tactics, the most important thing is that you go to the games with a good energy and connection. The fans are so important in football and it was my first time at Stamford Bridge that I started to feel the connection with the fans, and of the team with the fans. That is going to be helpful for us until the end of the season and will be really important."

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