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Chelsea forward Timo Werner played a key role in both Chelsea goals in our 2-1 victory over Sheffield United on Sunday.
The German international provided the pass for Mason Mount’s opener and won the penalty which Jorginho converted.
According to Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel, Werner’s goal drought will end if he continues to perform as he did against Sheffield United.
Asked about Werner’s performance against Sheffield United, Tuchel replied: “It was a brilliant run for the first goal and it was great decision making for the second goal to go around the goalkeeper.
“So he got us the decisive penalty again like in Tottenham, it is clear that the situation in Tottenham gave him a confidence boost and he was a bit unlucky with his shot and chances against them.
“It was good defending from their defenders but he worked incredibly hard and disciplined against the ball. It gave him a boost, I feel him stronger and stronger every day. Today he was more free and I could really feel him on the pitch.
“He was absolutely in the game mentally and physically and he was decisive. This is the most important thing because if he can continue like this. The goals will come, for sure.”