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Reason Timo Werner pointed at Tammy Abraham and Thomas Tuchel’s historic Chelsea start.

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Reason Timo Werner pointed at Tammy Abraham and Thomas Tuchel’s historic Chelsea start.

Reason Timo Werner pointed at Tammy Abraham and Thomas Tuchel's historic Chelsea start.

Chelsea’s striker Timo Werner ended his goal drought by scoring his first Premier League goal since November against West Ham.

His goal was his third in 32 appearances and was crucial to the Blues’ quest for a top-four finish this season.

Werner netted the only goal of the match a couple of minutes before halftime after he tapped home Ben Chilwell’s inviting cross to give the Tuchel team a crucial advantage that they managed to hold till the final whistle.

The clash against West Ham gave a glimpse of what the German can do when at his best. Werner got into excellent positions in the first half but fluffed his lines until he found the back of the net with a simple finish.


In the second half of the game, Werner missed a sitter when he pounced on Lukasz Fabianski parrying Mason Mount’s shot from a six-yard only to kick the ball off the target.

Werner after scoring his goal t a couple of minutes before the halftime break, he pointed to the Chelsea dugout and was asked during the post-match what his celebration was all about.

Werner responded:

“If I score twice today it might be too much, I’m joking,” Werner told Sky Sports. “I’m very happy we win this game, very important in the race for the top four.

“The feeling is too short, when you wait so long, you know the feeling is very good, it’s the best feeling after winning a game to score a goal. Really important for me and the whole team that I’m back on he scoresheet.

“Before the game, it was a little bit funny, Callum said to me that I would score today, and then maybe 30 seconds later, Tammy comes to me and said I would score today, and then both said when you score today, point to me. It was a funny situation, I’m very happy I can point to them today.

“The confidence was there, I feel it in my legs, but in the moment, it’s not only the confidence, but the luck, last year I hit with my feet and it went in, this year is different. The second chance will go in over the next few months.

“It’s a really big win, the draw against Brighton was hard for us, we wanted to make a gap between us and West Ham before this game, now we have this gap, because we have a lot of strong teams ahead of us. It’s really important for us before Tuesday against Real Madrid.”

Tuchel, who is still patient with Werner will hope that his £50million German frontman will find some consistency to match that of his collective group of players.

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Reason Timo Werner pointed at Tammy Abraham and Thomas Tuchel’s historic Chelsea start.


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