“Bench Him, He Missed Clear Chances”, See The Player Chelsea Fans Want The Club To Bench

Tammy Abraham Timo winner

Chelsea Football club welcomes Westham United at the Stafford bridge on the 21st of December 2020, Inform Chelsea has been struggling to maintain their position in their premier league table after two consecutive loss against Everton at the Goodison Park stadium and also Wolverhampton Wanders. The Lampard’s boys needed the win against Westham United and fortunately for them thrashed their opponent with 3 goals to nothing.

Chelsea’s win against Westham United is yet another clean sheet for Edouard Mendy as he competes with Degree in the golden glove. Note that the Premier League Golden Glove is an annual association football award presented to the goalkeeper who has kept the cleanest sheets in the Premier League. Mendy’s performance is on top notch as he has kept 6 clean sheets in 10 matches.

Impressive goals from Thiago Silva in the first 10 minutes of the game and Tammy Abraham on the double win the game for Chelsea Football Club.

Making a critical analysis of the match shows how impressive the Chelsea Football club was as they dominated the game with ball possession, passes, pass accuracy, and also wonderful goals.

After two consecutive losses last weekend, happy Chelsea fans reacted to this Remarkable win at Stafford bridge, saying that is a nice way to wish them happy Xmas. Many heaped praises to Tammy Abraham and others criticized Timo winner for not being clinical, missing some good chances to score, and demanded he should be benched for some time to enable his nerves to calm down. Although Timo Werner assisted Tammy Abraham, he missed so many chances of scoring goals and fans are not happy with it.

Here is the screenshot of their reactions;

What do you have to say about this match and Timo Werner’s poor scoring capabilities?

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