Timo Werner called on the Chelsea defense to do their work together, and quickly


It is most unfortunate that Timo Werner’s efforts are frustrated yesterday by the efforts of some of his Chelsea teammates, and not in a good way. Werner may have dazzled with his moves, his finesse, his speed, and his finishing, but he might have been so dazzled that he literally blinded the rest of his teammates. How can you (or he) explain a set goal like the second night of Southampton !?

“I don’t know if we have a problem but we have scored six goals in the last three games and that’s not where we want to be.”

Werner himself scored twice and scored Chelsea’s third, but it was still not enough for all three points. The 24-year-old’s frustration over his efforts to go in vain, both on a personal level and a professional level, was unclear in his post-match interview.

He said, “In the first half we played very well till the goal for Southampton. when you [give up] A goal two or three minutes before half time [never] An easy position [but] We have to win the game. I am happy with my goals but in the end I want to win the game. “

Before the game, Werner talked about the way he planned to take advantage of Southampton manager Ralph Hassenhutl’s familiar system, and he did exactly that to exploit his high line for his first line and his Leave your man behind for the first goal, and box out their defender to collect a long ball over the top for the second. For Chelsea’s third, Werner timed his run to gather through the ball to perfection and set up Kai Havert for an easy finish. Three goals of the highest quality, definitely worth three points.

But when you drop the cheap target, it becomes very difficult to collect three points. Winning each match in a handful like odd economic developments is uncertain. Roberto di Mateo found it all very tragically in his parallel 2012 mirror-reality. If we want to avoid further commonalities, we want to defend, and resolve it quickly.

Eventually, the defense wins the championship, as they say … in Germany?

“In the end it seems that it is not the offense that wins the title. In Germany we always win the defense title. I think that is true. It is hard to win games when we score so many goals in every game but in the end. Also to win the title in.

“I think we have to work into it because six goals in three games is too much. I think we have to get better at it. “

Paul “Bear” Bryant. Michael Jordan. Timo Werner. Everyone agrees, the defense wins the championship. After all his years of playing under Frank Lampard, Jose, of all Chelsea guys, it should be known intimately “it’s easy to win 1-0” Mourinho (most of them when he claims still applies to Special One) And the summit has also reached the strength of Europe’s legendary rearguard action.

If we have to fulfill our ambitions and meet the rising expectations of this season, we cannot continue that momentum until Lampard’s Chelsea have been running since their arrival. The previous night’s 3 goals were 63 in 43 in the Premier League and 79 on 49’s inclusion of the Champions League.

Unsustainable.

“I think we’re Chelsea, we want to battle for the title.”

—Timo Werner; Source: Premier League Productions via Mirror

I also think so.

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