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Since his early season form, Timo Werner’s Chelsea career has since stalled, as he has been struggling for goals.
The 24-year-old hasn’t scored in his last 14 Premier League games, and he has also netted only 1 goal in his last 19 games.
Despite not getting the goals, Werner has been very involved in the goals for Chelsea, and on Sunday got two assists in the 2-1 win over Sheffield United.
Although, the RB Leipzig former hitman is disappointed not to score goals as he has been used to, he’s pleased to at least help with the assists.
Werner said after the win over Sheffield: “Overall I think it’s a good win for us. It was very difficult, the whole game, against a very good high-defending Sheffield United and we are very proud that we win, continuing on from our last wins.
“For myself, again no goal, but it’s good to see that I can help the team with other things at the moment and I’ll keep going.
“I’m happy when we win and when I can make two assists like today that is also good, but as a striker you want to score.
“It’s a long time now for me, I haven’t had so long a period without a goal in my career before, but you can’t do anything against this.
“You have to keep going and try to do your best on the field and the goals will come.”