Thomas Tuchel warned Timo Werner he must keep improving after the Chelsea striker's first Premier League goal since April helped seal a 3-1 win against 10-man Southampton on Saturday.
Timo Werner fired Chelsea to the top of the Premier League as the German's late goal inspired a controversy-filled 3-1 win against 10-man Southampton on Saturday.
Timo Werner hopes the end of his Chelsea goal drought will signal a fresh start after the German striker's troubled spell at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea qualified for next season's Champions League on Sunday despite a 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa as Leicester's loss against Tottenham saved the Blues' top four place in a thrilling end to the Premier League season.
Chelsea will face Leicester City in the FA Cup final in Wembley on Saturday at 5:15 pm. It will be immediately followed by the Coppa Italia final on May 19 and Europa League final on May 26 and then cascade to Euro 2020.
Chelsea welcome Real Madrid to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday still with much to do to reach the Champions League final after failing to land the killer blow when the 13-time European champions were on the ropes in last week's first leg.
Former Rangers star and manager, Ally McCoist, has criticised Chelsea’s striker, Timo Werner, saying the striker is not a natural finisher like Leicester City’s Kelechi Iheanacho, reports soccernet.com.
Thomas Tuchel wants Timo Werner to stop worrying about his goal drought after the Chelsea forward's glaring miss contributed to Germany's shock loss against North Macedonia.
Mason Mount fired Chelsea into fourth place in the Premier League as the midfielder's superb strike clinched a 1-0 win against troubled Liverpool, while Everton boosted their top four bid with a 1-0 victory at West Brom on Thursday.
Timo Werner ended his Premier League goal drought as the Chelsea forward sealed a 2-0 win against Newcastle that lifted the Blues into fourth place on Monday. Werner netted late in the first half at Stamford Bridge after setting up Olivier Giroud's opener for Thomas Tuchel's revitalised team. It was a cathartic moment for Werner,…
Timo Werner is "working hard with a smile" as he tries to end his scoring drought in the Premier League dating back to last November said Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has vowed to get Timo Werner back on track after the Germany striker's miserable first season in the Premier League.