"Timo, you're on the right! Don't you get it?"

The cameras caught a reprimand from Tuchel to Timo Werner, who he saw lost on the pitch against Everton. Keep looking for your best level.

"Timo-you're-on-the-right!-Don't-you-get-it?"

When Thomas Tuchel returned to Chelsea he had multiple tasks. The main one, of course, to win again and for this he needed to retouch several plots of the team and begin to recover the level of several important players who had not just started. The first on this list was Timo Werner.

The German attacker was finding it difficult to integrate into the Premier League with Frank Lampard and, although he did not stop working, his best level did not return. The arrival of Tuchel has made him regain his faith and the German coach tries to find a place for him between being a top or rather, second forward. The one from Stuttgart has speed and enjoys more space to be able to break into the area with another point that clears the way. That's where Tuchel placed him on Monday to face Everton.

The forward, yes, still seemed lost in his new demarcation. As the British press collects, Tuchel from the band abronó to him. "Timo, how long have you been playing on the left? You play on the right! The last fifteen minutes you have only been on the left. Don't you understand?"

Werner found himself behind the warning and even enjoyed chances, although he was not successful in beating the Toffee, which Chelsea won 2-0 with goals from Havertz and Jorginho. The German had the last clear in a heads-up against Pickford, who fell to the English side. Right after, and without completing a great performance again, he was replaced by Pulisic in 89. The American barely managed to enjoy ten minutes on the green.

After breaking his goalless streak in the February 15 game against Newcastle, Werner has now gone four weeks without a goal in the Premier League. On Saturday he will have the opportunity to return to the goal path against Leeds (13:30) and on Wednesday 17, against Atlético de Madrid in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16. The German keeps looking for his place.



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