No one expected it, but it's now West Brom's world and we football fans are just living in it.
The Baggies not just pulled off a surprising win over a Chelsea team that's been in red-hot form in recent weeks, but also did it in an unbelievable way.
The Blues took the lead on the 27th minute through Christian Pulisic, his very first under Tuchel which may grant him more game time going forward.
Chelsea were literally in control of the game until match official David Coote brandished a red card to Thiago Silva for his late tackle on a West Brom player.
That single decision changed the course of the game as the away side put the hosts to the sword.
Well, looking back at that moment again, it seems Timo Werner saved himself further embarrassment as he could have missed from such position if he attempted to score.
Receiving the ball, the forward promptly passed it to Mount who scored to make it 2-4, although West Brom later added another goal late on.
But if you wonder why Werner passed the ball to Mount instead of taking the chance himself, recall that he already faced similar situation two times this season and missed both.
First was against Leeds United and the second against North Macedonia. So the probability that he would have missed is higher than the chance of converting the goalscoring opportunity.
It's just a season in the life of £47m signing, Timo Werner.
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