Chelsea fan worried if Werner is the new Morata. Check out the goal he missed

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While Chelsea fans are excited about the possible arrival of Timo Werner from RB Leipzig, a certain Chelsea fan is worried the striker could turn out to be another Alvaro Morata.

Big things were expected from Morata when he joined Chelsea from Real Madrid but the Spanish striker struggled to impress during his time at Stamford Bridge before leaving for Atletico Madrid.

Despite providing the assist for Patrik Schick’s goal in RB Leipzig’s 1-1 draw against Paderborn, Werner missed some clear opportunities to register his name in the scoresheet.

The 24 year old striker should have scored when he raced clear and got past Paderborn’s goalkeeper but with the goal at his mercy, Werner put his effort wide while under pressure from a defender.

Following Werner’s miss against Paderborn, a Chelsea fan questioned if Chelsea have signed another Morata.

Check out the miss:

It will be a shame to judge Werner on that miss against Paderborn as he has been brilliant for RB Leipzig all season and even got an assist in the game against Paderborn.

Werner’s xG for the season is 19.8 and he has scored 25 goals this season which means he has scored many goals which weren’t easy to be scored.

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3 Comments on "Chelsea fan worried if Werner is the new Morata. Check out the goal he missed"

  1. Chris maginess | June 8, 2020 at 10:07 am |

    We shouldn’t judge werner. Every striker is different. Abraham went through matches missing scoring chance’s.

  2. let watch and see

  3. I feel Morata was not given enough chance to prove himself. And also his confidence was compromised. This guy will flourish given the competition he has in abraham. He is a good buy and I am sure with 2 or 4 more good signings we can win the league and champion league with the good leadership of our promising coach and legend Lampard

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