There is that joy that comes when a player scores. That celebration before thousands of fans who came to watch them play gives them the courage to search more goals.
However, this joy is always taken away when the goal has been canceled by the VAR deu to either a foul or offside. One of the footballers who have been a calprit to this incidents is Timo Werner who plays for Chelsea.
The German foward joined Chelsea in 2020. He has had 16 goals disallowed since moving to Chelsea. Most of his goals have been disallowed deu to offside. This is probably because of how fast his speed is.
In their English Premier League gameweek 7 match against Southampton, he scored the second goal for Chelsea in the 41st minute but the goal was disallowed. This was after a VAR check up disclosed that Cesar Aziplicueta fouled Walker-Peters in the build up that led to Chelsea winning the ball.Timo Werner then went ahead to score another goal in the match Chelsea won 3-1.
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