Werner hopes to put aside ‘bad situations’ to succeed at Chelsea
Posted On March 4, 2021
Timo Werner has suggested that his form has been “getting better and better” for Chelsea over the last few weeks.
For RB Leipzig, Werner established himself as one of the most lethal forwards in world football. He scored 95 times for them from his 159 appearances across all competitions.
During this time he also became a regular for Germany. He has netted 15 goals from his 35 caps since 2017.
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This form led to his £47.5m move to Chelsea last summer. His first season in England has been difficult on the whole.
Werner started well but he went on a 14-game run without scoring for Chelsea. He broke this streak against Newcastle United in February and he has been performing well since Tuchel took over.
The Blues travel to Anfield on Thursday night to face Liverpool. A win would move them above West Ham and into the top four.
In an interview with BBC Sport, Werner insisted that he has “learned a lot” this season:
“A lot of good strikers come to the Premier League and take one year to settle down and adapt.
“I think my form is going up and getting better and better. Maybe this year is not the year of goal-scoring but at the end, I will reflect on the season.
“I have learned a lot. I know exactly the teams we play against, how they play.
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“I never had [a goal drought] in my career before. You can always learn more from the bad situations. I learned to trust in myself, to give everything on the pitch, not only think about goals and fight for the team.
“Now I hope this period is gone and I score a few more goals until the end of the season.”