However, the match ended in Chelsea's favour as the currently have one away goal and will only need a goalless home draw to qualify for the UCL Final.
The match between Real Madrid and Chelsea last night was the first encounter between the two clubs in UCL this season and it came at a very critical stage of the competition. Thanks to both clubs as their amazing style of play made the match really entertaining with Chelsea going home happy with how the match ended.
Ngolo Kante, Christian Paulisic, Jorginho, Thiago Silva, Mason Mount and Toni Rudiger get credits for Chelsea's beautiful performance last night. However, no thanks to Timo Werner who could have performed better.
Timo Werner wasted a beautiful opportunity to score Chelsea's first goal in the match. Timo Werner's numerous misses is becoming an issue for Chelsea fans and it is gradually giving him a bad reputation.
Werner's miss last night created an unwanted history of the season as he made a record he will not be proud of.
According to a report by Squakwa football, Timo Werner is now the player with the hight number of missed goals in Europe. The football statistics revealed that Timo Werner has missed more Big Chances than any other player in Europe.
Werner's bad performance has led to a lot of reactions from football lovers. See the reactions in the photos below
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