When Werner forgot his position, then scolded Tuchel

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Timo Werner had forgotten his playing position in the match Chelsea vs Everton. Manager Thomas Tuchel then scolded him.

Werner started the match Premier League Among Chelsea vs Everton at Stamford Bridge, London, England, Tuesday (9/3/2021) early morning WIB. He was installed on the right wing, along with Callum Hudson-Odoi on the left, flanking Kai Havertz which becomes False 9.

Throughout the first 30 minutes, there was no significant threat from Chelsea. Including Timo Werner, which is quite difficult to dismantle the Everton defense.

In an attack situation, Werner was in the wrong position. This is known from the video recording when Tuchel scolded the attacker.

In the video Thomas Tuchel giving instructions, circulating on social media, Tuchel nagged Timo Werner which is apparently the wrong position. The 25-year-old striker played more on the left, when he was actually posted on the right of the game Chelsea.

“Timo, how long were you on the left? You played on the right! For the last 15 minutes, you were only on the left. You understand, don’t you?” said Tuchel in the video Daily Mail.

Throughout the game, Werner was able to fire 21 passes, make one crossing, and fire three shots. Two of them were right on goal, but did not score.

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Werner himself is still continuing his goal drought with The Blue. The player who was bought from RB Leipzig for 4.5 million pounds has only made 10 goals and 9 assists for Chelsea this season.

In the end, Chelsea won 2-0 over Everton. Goals come from Ben Godfrey’s own and penalty Jorginho.

Still unbeaten together Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea is firmly in the top four Premier League standings. Timo Werner et al collected 50 points from 28 matches, four points ahead of Everton at level five, who just played 27 times.

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