Timo Werner has revealed he feels guilty about his performance in England
Chelsea summer signing Timo Werner has admitted he feels ashamed about his performances for the Blues since his debut, adding that this is the worst moment in his playing career.
Werner joined the Premier League giant in a deal worth around £48 million from Leipzig. Expectations were so high for the German at Stamford Bridge following his incredible numbers for Red Bull Leipzig, scoring 95 goals in 159 games for the German side.
The German is yet to make an impact at Chelsea after registering just a goal with three assists in all competitions for the club.
Speaking with Sky Sports’ Pat Davison, Werner candidly confirmed he is struggling in front of goal and further revealing its time to learn.
“The period where I didn’t score was the worst time of my career because I’d never missed so many big chances. I’d never been so long without a goal, so I was very happy it ended two games ago. It was a difficult time without those feelings.”
“When I look back at my half a year with Chelsea, it wasn’t the most difficult time in my career, but the best time to learn new things. When you have a period without goals you learn something from yourself. You learn a lot about how you can handle these situations and it was the best time for me to learn the most in my career. From bad moments you learn the most and that’s exactly what happened in the last month.”
The Blues takes on Manchester United in the Premier League before a trip to Anfield to face Liverpool