Isabele Da Silva, Thiago Silva’s wife didn’t hold back her words when disclosing displeasure about Timo Werner
The Brazilian is one of the many who are so annoyed with her husband’s teammate, Werner.
Werner costed Chelsea a big one when he failed to finish off a one on one strike that could have had Blues finish the game in front.
With the momentum of him scoring in their previous game, Tuchel opted to using the former Leipzig man ahead of Tammy Abraham, Giroud and Kai Havertz.
But sadly, Werner didn’t live up to expectations in the game as he missed a huge one that has left Silva’s wife furiously reacting.
Right during the game, Isabele on his IG story screened one of the wide targeted ball by Werner, as she lamented, calling him just a decoration.
See video below.
She says “It’s karma people. Every day the team is trying, and there’s the guy up front who is just there as decoration who keeps missing the damn goal!
“This Wern- what’s his name? This Werner guy VERME (in Portuguese it means worm)”
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