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Timo Werner's Curse? See Chelsea's Striker New Record That Is Already 'Hurting' The Club

2020-10-17 16:36:58

Chelsea were heartbroken right at the death as Southampton bounced back to secure a much deserved point at Stamford Bridge.

It will be heads down for Chelsea fans after yet again allowing an advantage slip away as they were once leading 2-0 only for the visitors to respond and level to 2-2 and then after Havertz scored what appeared to the winner, it was once again cancelled in added time.

Frank Lampard will be quite disappointed by that draw but one thing he has to be proud of is how lethal his attackers are becoming and its just a little touch needed on the defence to make this team complete.

One player who really caught the eye today is Timo Werner as the Germany contributed to all three goals, scoring two and assisting one. To be honest, it is his best performance in a Chelsea shirt so far and you can be well sure he will have even more as the season progresses.

However, there is a growing trend about Werner and his goals for Chelsea that have left many Chelsea fans thinking of something like 'Timo Werner's Curse.' This is because everytime he has scored, Chelsea have gone to draw that match and today was just another example.

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