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Chelsea forward Timo Werner has failed to find the back of the net in his last 14 league games for Chelsea.
The German international was prolific in the Bundesliga with RB Leipzig but is finding goals hard to come by in the Premier League.
Under new Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel, Werner is showing signs that he’s beginning to turn a corner.
His performances in recent weeks have been improved and he played an inspirational role in Chelsea’s wins over Tottenham Hotspur and Sheffield United, providing 3 assists for Chelsea’s last 3 goals.
He won the penalty which Jorginho converted against Tottenham, set up Mason Mount for the opener against Sheffield United before winning a penalty for Jorginho to convert for Chelsea’s winner against Sheffield United.
It feels like it is only a matter of time before Werner breaks his goal-drought and starts scoring again for the Blues.