Former Chelsea football club of England forward maestro, Timo Werner was exceptional today for German Bundesliga giant Rasenballsport Leipzig in their 24th league game of the season at home against Borussia Monchengladbach at the Red Bull Arena.
The 27 year old German international retained his spot in his team's starting XI line-up having been considered as a key figure in the squad since his summer arrival for a second spell, and he was able to deliver yet at the peak using his vast experience at the heart of the attacking line with his impactful minutes spent on the pitch of play.
The first half of the game hanged on the balance with nothing separating the two sides going into the half time break which ended goalless draw, before the host got the deadlock broken in the 57th minute with a goal from Timo Werner to make it one nil.
In the 71st minute of the game, the host were able to double the lead with a goal from Emil Forsberg via penalty as he put the ball away from the spot to make it two goals to nil before Josko Gvardiol sealed the remarkable win in the 80th minute, which ended the game three goals to nil at full time.
Timo Werner with his impressive and all-round performance for the host in the thrilling encounter will be hoping to keep the momentum going for his team in their next game as they continue their pursuit in the competition.
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