Chelsea striker Timo Werner has struggled in front of goal since his £47.5m switch from RB Leipzig in the summer, a situation he’s replicating for the Germany national team as well.
His compatriot Thomas Tuchel took over after Frank Lampard was sacked in January and according to insider reports, one of his responsibilities is to get the German firing again.
Werner missed a sitter for Germany against North Macedonia midweek, which eventually led to a home loss for the Die Maanschaft and on his return to London wanted to take an extra finishing practice which Tuchel stopped.
“Timo wanted to do extra finishing yesterday but I sent him in and said your body and your brain already knows how to,” Tuchel said at the press conference ahead of West Brom match which he confirmed Werner will start.
“You’ve been doing that since you were six. So don’t worry, it will come. If a woman doesn’t want to go out with you, you cannot force her. Step back and maybe she will call you.”
Chelsea will take on West Brom at lunch time fixture tomorrow. Chelsea came from 3-0 down in the first leg to draw 3-3 in a very tense game under Frank Lampard and with Tuchel yet to concede a goal at Stamford Bridge, it will be a difficult place to come for relegation threatened West Brom.
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