Chelsea were again held to a disappointing draw by Brighton and Hove. Chelsea's chances for winning the title are getting thinner and thinner with every game they play, and it looks like they will be sucked in the battle for a top four finish soon.
Chelsea's striker, Romelu Lukaku had the fewest touches in the game but still managed to create two big chances. Many of Chelsea fans however prefers Timo Werner to Lukaku. In a recent interview with Sky Sports Germany, Timo Werner was quoted saying, "Sometimes, I don’t know why they [Chelsea fans] are supporting me so much, because I’m a striker and I want to score but miss chances.
"It makes it so fun to play in front of the Chelsea fans and when they give the support they give me, it makes me stronger when I miss chances or have hard times. I try to give my best every game, 100% to make sure the team are happy."
Werner has seen his game time at the Bridge significantly cut after a run of poor form. Compared to Lukaku, Chelsea fans are now more likely to choose the German. Timo Werner managed to score six goals in 35 top-flight appearances last season.
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