Timo Werner reveals why he’s not happy despite scoring two goals against Southampton.
Chelsea striker Timo Werner was one of the best players on the pitch as Chelsea played a 3-3 draw with Southampton at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon.
Werner was unplayable in the first half as he scored two stunning goals to give Chelsea a comfortable cushion. Danny Ings scored a late goal in the first half after a defensive error, to end the half 2-1.
It was 2-2 later in the second half, before Werner assisted Kai Havertz to make it 3-2. Chelsea eventually conceded a late goal, as Theo Walcott scored late on to ensure that the game ended 3-3.
Speaking after the game, Werner admitted that he wasn’t happy despite having scored a brace.
“The first half we played very well until the goal from Southampton. When you get a goal two or three minutes before half time it is always not an easy situation because you have to have a clear head in the second half because two goals is better than one goal,” Werner told Premier League Productions.
“In the second half Southampton put a lot of pressure on us and pressed us high. I think we gave them too many opportunities to score goals. We have to win the game.
“I am happy about my goals but in the end I want to win the game. It’s a day I’m 50 per cent happy and 50 per cent not.”