Timo Werner explains new role under Thomas Tuchel after inspiring Chelsea win at Sheffield United

Werner insists ‘the goals will come’ in his new role under Tuchel

“I’m happy when we win, when I can make two assists, it’s good, when I don’t score, it’s a long period for me, you can’t do anything, you have to keep going and the goals will come.

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“Every manager is different, he gives us a lot of ideas, I play as a left 10, not a winger, so I have more space in the middle, I play behind a striker or with a 10 behind me, it’s very good for me.”

Werner hobbled off with a dead leg, which required strapping, and he revealed that he asked Tuchel to come off due to the nature of the game.

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“It was a dead leg,” Werner added. “The 10 minutes afterwards were hard, I told the manager it’s better if I come off because it’s a hard game.”

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