Chelsea striker Timo Werner has shown disappointments on himself after going another game without scoring as Chelsea beat Sheffield United 2-1 away from home in the English Premier League.
Last time the striker scored was in November and since then he has find it hard to get his name on the scoresheet despite giving the chances to start most games for the Blues.
Timo Werner has admitted that his inability to score goals has been getting to him lately and him is very disappointed as goals from Mason Mount and Jorginho helped Chelsea best Sheffield United 2-1.
Thomas Tuchel continued his unbeaten run since taking over from Frank Lampard who was sacked few weeks ago after some poor run of results which wasn’t going well with the Club owner.
Frustration has been growing for the Chelsea striker who have openly admitted to his goal drought being a problem to him as the last time he managed a goal was last year November.
Timo Werner Said:
“Overall a good win for us, difficult against a high defending Sheffield United and proud that we continue our last wins,” he told Sky Sports .
“For myself, again there was no goal but it is good to see I can help the team with other things.
“I am happy when we win and with two assists, but as a striker you want to score, it has been a long time and I have not had this long without in my career. The goals will come.”
He also went on to talk about his reasons for not taking penalties despite him being the man appointed to take all penalties for the team but instead Jorginho keep on taking them.
“In the future, maybe I can take a penalty but at this moment, I need to score some normal goals before taking a penalty,” he said.
“It was a clear penalty and I was shocked it was not given straight away. The VAR helps the referee.”
Timo Werner was also filled with praises for Thomas Tuchel who seems to be bringing that spark back to Chelsea after a long time of poor run of form and also some players getting back into the team.
“Every manager is different, he gives us a lot of ideas and now I play on the left and can play behind the striker or as a 10,” he said.
“That is very good for me and the last wins were also a good move from the manager.”