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Timo Werner Vows To Give His Best Despite 16 Disallowed Goals VAR Statistic

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Werner arrived at Chelsea in 2020 for a total of £47.5 million and has had a rough start to his career in a Blues jersey.

The German striker didn’t react with fans the way many had hoped he would, missing several chances that Blues fans would have expected him to score.

Chelsea ended up winning the game 3-1, in which Werner bagged the second late on in the 84th minute after having one in the first half ruled out.
Four minutes before half-time, Werner nodded in from close range to double Chelsea’s lead, well he thought he had, after Callum Hudson-Odoi clipped it into the box.

But Martin Atkinson was told to wait and then he went over to the monitor, before deciding Cesar Azpilicueta had made a foul in the build up, to keep the score at 1-0.

Tuchel was booked during the game for his outburst and reaction to the decision, and he was asked at full-time about the VAR decision.
He told Sky Sports: “We have talks here before the season.

Everybody tells me that we go back to English football and we will not whistle soft touches, and it depends how the game goes’.
“Then we are here in the middle of London, it’s raining, it’s some 40 minutes and we have an intensive match, and it’s not even after this situation that there is a goal.

There is a chance, a second chance, there is a third cross. The third cross is a goal and we go back. This is not the decisive action for this goal.
“So no, for this situation I have absolutely zero understanding of why we go back to this situation and take a goal away.

What Timo Werner said

Speaking to Chelsea TV post-match, he said: “I didn’t hope it would continue like this, but it drops you a little bit when you always score, celebrate with fans. And then to go to the midline for it to get disallowed. 16 times in one year? It’s hard, but I keep going.”

What else was said?

Tuchel wasn’t impressed with the decision to rule Werner’s goal out in the first half, slamming the officials for the overturning of the doubler.

He said: “We have talks here before the season. Everybody tells me that we go back to English football and we will not whistle soft touches, and it depends how the game goes’.

“Then we are here in the middle of London, it’s raining, it’s some 40 minutes and we have an intensive match, and it’s not even after this situation that there is a goal. There is a chance, a second chance, there is a third cross. The third cross is a goal and we go back. This is not the decisive action for this goal.

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