Chelsea Fc has taken a different shape after the change of managers as the team have played with much determination and desire to win. Thomas Tuchel who replaced James Frank Lampard has since joining Chelsea as a head coach held a clean record with the Blues without a lose.
With the many talents at the disposal of Thomas Tuchel, it was almost impossible for him not to be able to turn things around for Chelsea.
Their slated fixture against Newcastle United was a very significant one since it will see the Blues heading back into the top quarter of the take right above the current champions Liverpool.
Timo ‘Turbo’ Werner who has had a slow start to adopting to the English Premier League is gradually finding his feet under the new German gaffer and making some strides on the pitch. Clinching the MOTM award against Sheffield United, it was evident that Timo Werner’s work rate and efforts were gradually unveiling.
Chelsea and Tuchel had t prepare for Newcastle United who are full of surprises and with sheer will as they defended their win against Southampton with nine men on the pitch. Chelsea on the other hand after having a good spell of wins were always confident to pick all three points at the Stamford Bridge.
The game started with Chelsea taking charge and marshalling the pace of the game with the possession and pace as Newcastle from the opening minutes sat back to try and catch Chelsea on the loose, their game plan against Thomas Tuchel’s side failed as Chelsea looked very solid both in midfield and in defense.
Olivier Giroud back in the starting lineup for Chelsea FC game Chelsea the opener in the 31’ after a great run and short from Timo Werner was parried into his path. It was almost ‘Timo Day’ at the Stamford Bridge as he took the game to the visitors with his pace which could not be handled by the Newcastle defense.
After not scoring for that long, Timo ‘Turbo’ Werner was knocking at the goal of Newcastle throughout the opening quarter of the game until a lose ball came abegging 8’ after the opening goal by Giroud. Werner calmly connected with the ball and placed it behind the net for Chelsea’s second but was subjected to a VAR decision.
The joy on his face after VAR ruled for the goal to stand was a joy to watch as the relief on Werner’s face showed his commitment to scoring goals for and with his current club.
After the end of proceeding, Timo Werner was adjudged the MOTM to cap the end of his goal drought since 7th November 2020.