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Chelsea star back in form as top 4 hopes come alive

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Timo Werner was signed by Chelsea in the summer for 45 million pounds. The German was expected to be a massive impact signing. However, things did not go very well as the player struggled. Ever since he arrived in the Premier League the player has struggled in many different ways. But since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel, the player’s performances have been going well. The 24-year-old won a penalty for the Blues in their previous fixture. He also netted a goal last night in Chelsea’s Premier League fixture against Newcastle.

German star looks to have found form as their top 4 hopes come alive.

Timo Werner scored a goal after 14 matches for Chelsea last night. The German forward managed to go for 100 days without finding the back of the net. In the last few games under the former Paris Saint Germain manager, Werner has been able to find some kind of form. Ever since his arrival, the forward struggled in many ways. He seemed like he was struggling with the physicality of the league. The player’s first touch somehow looks to have been regressed. Chelsea fans had grown frustrated with the former RB Leipzig man up, until recently. The 24-year-old did not seem to get any of his touches or passes in crucial moments, correct.

However, now, the German looks to have gained some confidence. Visually on the pitch, the player looked to have next to no confidence. The forward looked made a ton of miss passes and his runs made no outcome. His crosses and final decision-making were almost zero but now they look a little better. He looks to have gained some confidence now since the former Borussia Dortmund coach arrived.

Thomas Tuchel looks to have had his way with the squad. Ever since he has arrived he has managed to get the team back in the race for the top 4. This obviously points to his purpose of getting Werner back to his best form as well and the goal could be the beginning of Werner’s brilliance and confidence making a comeback under Tuchel.

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Debraj Mukherjee

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