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What Timo Werner did to terrorize Leicester's defense

The German went through each feeling at Stamford Bridge the previous evening. 

Twice in the main half, Werner thought he had put Chelsea ahead and commended blissfully. However, VAR precluded his first objective for offside and his second for handball. They were the correct calls yet Werner was left flattened and baffled. 

That didn't affect his presentation, in any case. Werner actually ran behind the Leicester safeguard at each chance, he actually ran the channels when required, he actually squeezed the Foxes focus backs. 

That undertaking is actually why Chelsea fans have never turned on the 25-year-old regardless of his battles before objective this term. Furthermore, in the subsequent a large portion of, Werner's endeavors were remunerated as he was brought somewhere near Fofana for what end up being a definitive punishment for the Blues. 

Werner didn't see out the game; in stoppage time he was supplanted by Olivier Giroud. He watched the last minutes – and the stoppage-time fight – from the solace of the Chelsea remains close by different substitutes. 

At the point when the full-time whistle was exploded, Werner was up on his feet and did an off-kilter little dance in festival. It was a contacting second given the troubles the German worldwide has gone through this season. 

"I think for me this is the unluckiest season I've at any point had and will have," Werner disclosed to Sky Sports after the game. 

"In any case, when you have a season however unfortunate as this yet you may be as yet in the Champions League last and will perhaps arrive at the Champions League next season, everything is acceptable.

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