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Football Today – Flick Is Proud of Werner’s Progress with Chelsea

Football Today – Flick Is Proud of Werner’s Progress with Chelsea

Chelsea’s Timo Werner has scored two goals across three previous outings, and Germany coach Hansi Flick is pleased with him. The football news last season, Werner’s debut season with Chelsea, was terribly dreadful – he had underperformed after Chelsea’s high expectations. So, among other news in football today, Flick is proud of Werner’s progress with Chelsea this new 2021-22 season.

According to Germany’s new head coach Hansi Flick, Timo Werner may be “quite delighted” with his progress at Chelsea finally.

The 25-year-old joined Chelsea from RB Leipzig for a reputed €50 million (£45 million) ahead of the last 2020-21 season.

Despite having a rough first season in English football, the dynamic attacker scored 12 goals in this debut season. He actually tied with Tammy Abraham for scoring the most goals out of any Chelsea player then.

Football Today – Flick Is Proud of Werner’s Progress with Chelsea

And now, Timo Werner has started Chelsea’s last three domestic matches after losing his starting spot earlier this season. This was, of course, due to the signing of Romelu Lukaku, but Werner’s finally getting game time to prove himself.

In fact, Flick  has praised Werner’s form in a Chelsea shirt. After all, the latter has two goals and an assist from eight games.

“Everyone has to take responsibility and show their own initiative,” he said in a news conference ahead of Friday’s World Cup qualifier against Romania.

“As for the development of Timo at Chelsea: He can be very satisfied.”But of course Chelsea have a team that is not so easy to play for. Kai [Havertz] also experiences that. The team is top-notch and is of great quality.

“That’s why a professional’s career means that you have to go through valleys like this.”

Timo Werner is part of Hansi Flick’s Germany roster as they try to maintain their lead in World Cup qualification.

Last month, in Group J, Germany won their first three qualifiers under new coach Flick and they scored 12 goals. These 12 goals came across Germany’s victories against Liechtenstein, Armenia, and Iceland.

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