From the most expected place, the former Leipzig striker disappointed all. Watching Werner gave fans an emotional tear. What’s going on with Timo Werner? Chelsea’s blockbuster £ 47.5 million has been in 9 consecutive matches, unable to score a goal.
Talking about the German star is about wasted opportunities. The British strategist believes in his students’ abilities very much. He knew that Werner would soon come back with the best version he had when he was still playing for Leipzig.
Werner is not a bad striker. This striker possesses all excellent qualities such as agility, intelligence, dynamism, speed and flexibility. However, the former Leipzig star’s problem lies in the negligence in the finish. Werner does everything in a hurry, leading to a skewed viewfinder in the shots.
Independent describes Werner as being mentally unstable. This makes him lose confidence, leading to a lack of alertness when facing important moments.
Werner also seemed to be on purpose in the shots. He shot instinctively, wasting his opportunity. This doesn’t happen just once in the 2020/21 season.
Sometimes, Werner only knows how to handle the ball and does not have any plans. He moved very quickly, but directed the ball to hit the hot spot with many defenders standing.
Leipzig coach Julian Nagelsmann did a great job of activating Werner, making the 24-year-old spearhead an effective goal-hunting machine. But from day to Chelsea, the striker lost the most important and necessary qualities in a striker.
At times, Werner acted too hastily, leading to careless handling. The goals also say goodbye to the German striker. However, that cannot conceal the bitter fact that the former Leipzig star is not worthy of the £ 47.5 million transfer.
Former Chelsea goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer believes it is time for Coach Lampard to behave cruelly with Werner. The English teacher needs to push the 24-year-old striker onto the bench and give the opportunity to other cards.