Chelsea boss, Thomas Tuchel, has advised striker, Timo Werner, that there isn’t any room for ‘self-pity’ after the 24-year-old noticed a objective chalked off within the Blues’ Premier League 1-0 victory in opposition to Liverpool at Anfield on Thursday evening.
Werner had the ball behind the online after rounding Liverpool goalkeeper, Alisson Becker, and clipping into the empty objective.
His effort was, nevertheless, dominated out by the narrowest of offside calls.
The Germany attacker has solely scored one objective since Tuchel took over from Frank Lampard final January.
However Tuchel, who was glad with Werner’s show, advised him he doesn’t want to fret an excessive amount of about his lack of objectives for Chelsea this season.
“I demand 100% in each coaching, I don’t permit self-pity,” Tuchel mentioned at his post-match press convention.
“Timo [Werner] is stuffed with expertise and performs for among the best golf equipment on the earth, in among the best leagues on the earth. So there isn’t any want for him to fret an excessive amount of.
“So if he places within the effort, places himself in a frame of mind to play on the very best stage, we’re not counting the minutes [to goals], and for me and my strategy, it isn’t a difficulty.”
Werner will now hope to attain for Chelsea once they face Everton of their subsequent sport on Monday.