Germany and Romania clashed in today's UEFA World Cup Qualifying fixture at the Villa Park Stadium. Germany cruised to a narrow 2-1 win in their seventh game of the qualification round. Today's victory helped Chelsea climb on top of Group J with 16 points in 7 matches and are 7 points ahead of second-placed, North Macedonia.
Chelsea striker Timo Werner was in action for Belgium tonight as he represent his country in the international break. Chelsea fans watched Timo Werner's game against Romania tonight and noticed two things in his game that Timo Werner needs to learn.
1. Fans asked Timo Werner to learn and emulate Thomas Muller:
Thomas Muller has been one of the best players for Germany in the past few years and always perform when featured in a match. If Timo Werner wants to succeed in the German national team or become a legend for his Country then he must learn from Thomas Muller who is already a German legend at 29.
Thomas Muller has already scored 40 goals for his country and is a world cup winner hence why Timo Werner should learn from an experienced player like him.
2. Timo Werner should always take responsibility and offer more in matches:
Timo Werner always shies away from taking responsibilities in matches as can be seen in his performance for Chelsea. Timo Werner bad form has made him a poor player, lacking confidence and avoiding take responsibility in order to not to make a mistake.
It's obvious Timo Werner is scared of missing goal-scoring chances as he rarely attempts to shoot from a far distance. Timo Werner should boost his confidence by taking responsibility in matches by giving all his best.
Timo Werner has a lot of work to do if he wants to become a legend for Germany as he must take note of these two things highlighted by concerned Chelsea fans.
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