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3 Reasons Why Chelsea Fans Would Be Excited About This International Break

Football fans are not always the happiness when international break approaches, due to the fact that it stops the momentum of club football, and also prevent them from watching their favorites club for about two weeks.

Club managers also have concerns about international games, as they are always scared of their players being injured while playing for their respective countries.

But, the Chelsea fans will be super excited about the positives that this current international break brought to their squad.

In this article, we will be looking at the three exciting things, that this current international break brought to the Chelsea fans.

1. Timo Werner's Form

The Chelsea striker seem to be back to his best form, which saw Chelsea spent £47.5 million to bring him to the club in 2020.

Against Southampton before the International break, Timo Werner was lively all through the game, as he scored twice, with one ruled out by the video assistant referee (VAR).

He continued his good form on international duty, by scoring a brace in Germany 4–0 rout against North Macedonia, helping Germany to be the first team to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.

Chelsea fans will hope the 25 years old carry the same form back to Chelsea, when Chelsea face Brentford this weekend.

2. Ngolo Kante Won Another Trophy

Although, Ngolo Kante didn't participate in this international break with France, which was as a result of covid–19 he contacted.

France went ahead to win the UEFA Nations League, which Ngolo Kante will also be receiving a medal for, as he has been an ever present player for the French national team all through the tournament.

Ngolo Kante has now won almost all major trophies that he has participated in, including the World Cup, Premier League, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, UEFA Nations League and many others.

3. Ben Chilwel's Form

Ben Chilwel has struggled for game time at Chelsea this season, playing second fiddle to Marcos Alonso.

He got a rare chance against Southampton in Chelsea's last game, which he took full advantage of, registration a goal in that game.

He continued his good form on international duty, scoring for England in their 5–0 mauling over Andorra.

The Chelsea fans will be excited to see him back to his best.

Do you think Timo Werner is back to his best? and Should Thomas pick Ben Chilwel ahead or Marcos Alonso?

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