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"As a striker, you want to score" Werner revealed self-disappointment

Mon 08 February 2021 | 8:57

Chelsea attacker, Timo Werner has revealed that lack of goals bothers him, despite fashioning two goals as the Blues won against Sheffield United.

Chelsea

 

boss, Thomas Tuchel has continued his undefeated run.

Werner 

has not netted a goal since November when

Chelsea

 

last played against Steel City.

“Overall a good win for us, difficult against a high defending Sheffield United and proud that we continue our last wins,”

he announced.

“For myself, again there was no goal but it is good to see I can help the team with other things.

"I am happy when we win and with two assists, but as a striker you want to score, it has been a long time and I have not had this long without in my career. The goals will come.”

He neglected the suggestion that he should have taken a penalty after winning it.

"In the future, maybe I can take a penalty but at this moment, I need to score some normal goals before taking a penalty,”

he continued.

"It was a clear penalty and I was shocked it was not given straight away. The VAR helps the referee."

Meanwhile,

Werner

is happy for compatriot Tuche, who has managed three victories and a tie since taking charge of the Stamford Bridge outfit.

"Every manager is different, he gives us a lot of ideas and now I play on the left and can play behind the striker or as a 10,”

he said.

“That is very good for me and the last wins were also a good move from the manager.”

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