Thanks for your services Timo! North Macedonian newspaper mocks Werner, Chelsea’s German attacker, by giving him their country’s ID card after missing a nanny in their shocking World Cup qualifying win
Chelsea forward Timo Werner had a night to forget for Germany when he missed a nanny in their shocked 2-1 World Cup qualifying defeat to North Macedonia – but the minnows are doing their best to make sure he remembers.
The 25-year-old struggled for form with his last goal for club and country coming for The Blues on February 15.
He had the ideal opportunity to end his dry spell when Ilkay Gundogan aimed the ball at him with the goal at his mercy. Werner couldn’t sort out his feet and his attempt went wide.
The North Macedonian newspaper mocked Timo Werner by giving him an identity card
Werner missed a golden opportunity to put Germany ahead before North Macedonia scored
Werner dropped to his knees after weakening his lines and to complicate matters, Germany lost their first World Cup qualifier since 2001.
North Macedonia’s Eljif Elmas struck five minutes from time to seal a historic victory in Group J.
And the European minnows’ media did not let Werner miss out on giving him their country ID after helping them by not putting the ball in the back of the net.
Werner struggles for form with his last goal for club and country on February 15
Werner dropped to his knees after getting his lines mixed up in the second half on Wednesday evening
A newspaper has mocked a North Macedonian ID card with a photo of the German striker Werner and the initials ‘TW’ for his signature.
Football fans mock the Chelsea forward for squandering the simple opportunity, with someone claiming that he is the worst striker in the Premier League era since former Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata.
One Chelsea fan tweeted: ‘Timo Werner makes it hard to defend him again lol’, while another claimed the German striker is ‘not a serious footballer’.
The players of North Macedonia celebrate a historic victory over Germany on their way to Qatar
While a Liverpool fan posted: ‘Klopp really looked at Werner and said’ No I’m fine ” in connection with Werner being linked with a move to Liverpool before joining the West Londoners .
Werner arrived at Stamford Bridge last summer for £ 53m after scoring 34 goals in 45 Bundesliga matches for RB Leipzig in the 2019-2020 season, but has only five Premier League goals in 28 appearances for Blauw-Zwart .
The German press was in shock after the national team’s ‘shameful’ 2-1 World Cup qualifying defeat on Thursday morning, with one outlet simply saying, ‘This was not part of the plan’!
Fans mock Werner for his shocking social media miss after the World Cup qualifier