Timo Werner admits he’s never ‘had so long a period without a goal’

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Timo Werner admits he’s never ‘had so long a period without a goal’ after failing to net once more against Sheffield United… but Germany striker insists he will ‘keep going’ and is happy to contribute after two assists
Timo Werner has struggled in front of goal since joining Chelsea in the summer
The Germany international has scored just once in his last 19 Blues appearances
He did register two assists against Sheffield United, and is happy to contribute

Chelsea forward Timo Werner is happy with his recent form despite his prolonged goal drought.

The Germany international, who was signed in the summer for a fee of around £45million, has managed just one goal in his last 19 games for the club, with that coming against Sky Bet League Two side Morecambe in the FA Cup.

After appearing sluggish and off the pace at times towards the end Frank Lampard’s reign as manager, Werner showed signs of improvement and sharpness in last week’s win against Tottenham and caught the eye again on Sunday night as Chelsea won 2-1 at Sheffield United.


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