West London side, Chelsea hosted Sweden side Malmo for the UEFA champions league match week three. This is after the West London side had suffered a defeat in their UEFA champions league match week two when they were defeated by Italian side Juventus in Turin.
On the build up to Chelsea's second goal, Chelsea and Belgium striker, Romelu Lukaku was brought down and a penalty was given before Jorginho slotted it home. The player couldn't complete the game as he had to be taken off.
Chelsea and German star, Timo Werner suffered a similar fate, however he was taken off after sustaining an hamstring injury and he is set to be sidelined for the next couple of weeks.
However, i don't think Chelsea fans should be really scared. Time and time again, Kai Havertz has stepped up for us alongside Moroccan star, Hakim Ziyech. The duo has been preforming well in recent matches and looks likely to be a good addition to the squad. However, Callum Hudson Odoi is also considered to be a contender for Timo Werner's position.
Which of them should replace the two injured stars?
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