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Not many times do you see a striker apologise for taking a shot that tested the goalkeeper, but such is the attitude of new Chelsea striker, Timo Werner.
The 24-year-old did his best to get on the scoresheet in his debut Premier League game against Brighton, but it was to no avail.
In the game against Brighton, Werner had one moment where he tested Mat Ryan. Fellow new signing Kai Havertz had asked for a cutback, but Werner had a go which was saved by Ryan, and immediately apologised to his teammate.
Werner said briefly ‘sorry Kai’, as he looked disappointed for not scoring.
Chelsea fans reacted to the video by calling Werner a humble striker.
Meanwhile, Werner has vowed to make his presence felt at Chelsea as quickly as possible.
Werner said: “The whole Premier League suits my style because it is so fast.
“Maybe I’ll need two to three games but you have no excuses as possible to say I needed ten or 15 games because we want to win and you can’t have a player who takes so long to adapt. I want to be in the best team as soon as possible.
“The football in the Premier League suits me well. In our two games against Brighton sometimes they stood very deep and didn’t give a lot of space,
“Other times I had space to make runs and that is good for me.
“Football here is more about power and strength of defenders. Maybe I have to adapt a bit. But I want to play, score and win things.”