Well, he missed a similar chance against earlier against West Ham in their previous Premier League matches that made the chelsea fans to turn against him. Also some pundits criticized the expensive signing and also suggested that he should be benched in favour of Tammy Abraham. Timo Werner was not always like this at RB Leipzeig.
Ever since he landed at Chelsea at the beginning of the season, things have not been going on so well for the young man who wears Didier Drogba's Iconic No. 11 Shirt. After the match ended 1 - 1 yesterday, some fans were quick to lash out tweets against the German Striker concerning his missed chances in the game. see some of those tweets here.
Do you think Timo Werner needs to be sent out on loan to recover himself, or does he need to be sold, or does he needs to be benched in a 'Kepa-Like' way to regain his confidence?
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