Chelsea fans have come out to share their views on Timo Werner's overall performance in last night's EPL match against Leicester. Werner's 2 goals in the first half were ruled out by VAR for being offside and handball, as the avenging Chelsea ended the first half in a 0-0 draw.
Antonio Rudiger broke the dreadlocks in the 47th minute to give the Blues 1-0 lead with a splendid finish from a corner kick.
Werner was pivotal in the second goal as he created a penalty chance after Leicester's player Fafana tripped him inside the box, as Jorgihno scored the penalty to give Tuchel men a 2-0 lead. Kelechi Iheancho threatened a comeback as he scored in the 76th minute to bring the scoreline to 2-1 in favor of Chelsea.
While reacting to Timo Werner's performance after the game, and despite missing few chances in the match, most fans showered praises on the German striker as they felt that he was better compared to his previous matches. Below are some of the reactions from fans.
What are your views on Werner's performance in Tuesday's night clash?
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