After 100 Days Without A Goal, See The Beautiful Goal 'Werner' Scored That Has Sparked Reactions
By ibbwrites | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 1 views
It is of no news that under Frank Lampard, most of the players bought in the last summer has lost their confidence due to lack of playing time. A very good example is Timo Werner. The player who was signed to Chelsea FC in July 2020 has gone long as 100 days without a single goal for Chelsea FC.
A lot of fans has lost hope on him as they though he was a bad signing. Today under, Thomas Tuchel, Timo Werner has scored a very brilliant goal for Chelsea FC against Newcastle United.
Chelsea FC who are currently under a new boss following the sack of club legend, Frank Lampard are in good form. Thomas Tuchel, former PSG boss has proved his worth as Chelsea FC under his control are currently top 4 contenders.
Thomas Tuchel had won 6 out of his last 7 games for Chelsea FC. He only drew one and is yet to lose any.
See Fans Reactions To Timo Werner's goal:
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