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Timo Werner Matches Eden Hazard's Goal Contributions Record During Debut Season At Chelsea

Timo Werner has become the main Chelsea player to record pairs figures in the two objectives and helps during his introduction season at the club since Eden Hazard in the 2012-13 season. 


The 25-year-old has had a blended life in England since showing up from RB Leipzig the previous summer. Werner has battled for trust before objective, botching innumerable opportunities for the Blues which Thomas Tuchel and others have put down to an absence of certainty. 

Be that as it may, in the wake of mesh the champ against West Ham a week ago, the German forward helped his kinsman Kai Havertz during Chelsea's 2-0 success over Fulham on Saturday. What's more, his aid the west London derby implied he is the primary player to enroll twofold figures for the two objectives and helps (11 objectives, 10 aids) his introduction season (all rivalries) for Chelsea since Eden Hazard in 2012-13. 


Peril completed the season on 13 objectives and 24 aids his presentation season in the wake of joining from Lille. "It is safe to say that we are cheerful whenever he botches his opportunities? No. Is it about quality? No. It is about certainty and force, about paying attention to his gut feelings more and not overthinking it. It is more difficult than one might expect. I never scored an objective in my entire profession and in the event that I did, it resembled birthday and Christmas simultaneously. 


"It is actually quite difficult however I would prefer not to likewise make the issue greater than it is. What will be will be, he needs to go through it, that is his life. He can be cheerful about it and battle his way through. This is the point and he is doing this.


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