Germany national team star Timo Werner was exceptional for Chelsea football club on Wednesday night, as he netted a goal to guide the Blues to a victory over Aston Villa FC in the English League Cup.
The former RassenballSport Leipzig football club striker was given a starting role by coach Thomas Tuchel, and he was able to impress for the English Premier League giants.
Timo Werner started in Chelsea football club attack alongside Callum Hudson-Odoi and Hakim Ziyech and the trio were superb in the game.
The two teams tried to break the deadlock in the first half of the game, but all their efforts were not successful, as the first half ended goalless.
Timo Werner opened scoring for the home team in the 54th minutes through an assist from Reece James, and Cameron Archer equalized for the away team in the 64th minutes to end the match 1-1, before the Blues won 4-3 on penalty shootout.
Timo Werner was exceptional for the Blues throughout the whole duration of the game, and he was able to score a fine goal for the home team.
The victory over Aston Villa FC has now taken the Blues to the next round of the English League Cup.
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