The much-awaited Chelsea and Real Madrid game ended in a draw as both teams were too smart and strong to avoid defeat. However, it was Chelsea gain the advantage as they took one away goal back home and only needs a goalless draw to book their ticket to the finals of the competition.
Last night was the first official match between Chelsea and Real Madrid in the Champions League stage and it happened in the crucial stage of the competition with Chelsea being the better side in the game.
Football is a beautiful game due to dramas and surprises associated with the club and last night we got a dose of it. Who would have believed that Chelsea will dominate Real Madrid in their home Stadium and even got an away goal?
The match was very entertaining and all thanks to both teams they played they are very best but Chelsea deserved to win but could blame themselves for not finishing off in the game in the first 26 minutes. A bittersweet experience for Chelsea who is happy with their team playing so well against one of the greatest team in the world and also for not winning the game after a wonderful performance.
Credits go to Christian Pulisic, Ngolo Kante, Jorginho, Thiago Silva, Toni Rudiger and Mason Mount for Chelsea performance but no thanks to Timo Werner who could have done better.
Timo Werner squandered a glorious opportunity to score Chelsea's first goal in the game as he was denied by Thibaut Courtois. Timo Werner's numerous misses for Chelsea is worrisome for the fans and the effect is taking a toll on him.
If Timo Werner had scored that beautiful 1-on-1 chance, Chelsea would be beaten Real Madrid at the Alfredo Di Stefano stadium.
Timo Werner's last night miss just got him inducted in the unwanted history of the season as he creates a record that he won't be proud of.
According to a football Statistics keeping and tracking page, Squawka Football revealed that Timo Werner has become the player with the highest number of misses in Europe.
The page revealed that no Premier League player has missed more BIG CHANCES in the league and European competition this season than Timo Werner.
A Big Chance is a chance that you are expected to score from. To make it simpler, it means an easy goal-scoring opportunity that any player is expected to score 90:10 of them.
Sadly Timo Werner missed the chance and it wasn't the only chance he has missed this season as the Big Chances Missed for the season is now 21 more than any EPL player.
What should Chelsea do to Timo Werner, give him more time or sell him?