Chelsea have been unstoppable since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel after the poor run of games under the management of Frank Lampard.
Chelsea were very impressive and controlled the game with Mason Mount scoring the decisive goal which pushed them into the top four.
As always, Chelsea's striker Timo Werner was unimpressive in the match against Liverpool as he did not manage to break his goal draught.
However, he scored a goal which was overturned as he was in an offside position. The VAR ruling got Timo Werner feel pity for himself as he has been struggling since he came to England.
After the full time whistle, Thomas Tuchel slammed his star player for not giving his all and his reaction after his goal was ruled offside.
Tuchel was quoted telling Sky Sports that, "I demand 100% in every training, I don’t allow self-pity. Timo is full of talent and plays for one of the best clubs in the world, in one of the best leagues in the world. So there is no need for him to worry too much."
How will Timo Werner manage to get a turn around and hit his top form in England?
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