The Premier League 2021-22 season kicked off last week and Chelsea were one of the clubs who impressed everyone with their dominant 3-0 win over Crystal Palace. Marcos Alonso, Christian Pulisic and Trevoh Chalobah were the goal-scorers for the Blues as Timo Werner missed out on finding the back of net in the first league game of new season.
The German forward has been under the radar since joining the club last year for around £47.5 million. Werner could not live up to the high expectations of the fans and could only score 12 goals in 52 appearances across all competitions. As a result, the Blues had to get a proper goal-scorer on board this season and they did it by signing Romelu Lukaku.
Get Werner out the club: Fan speaks on mic at Stamford Bridge
As Chelsea are currently preparing for this weekend's North West London derby against Arsenal, they had an open training session at Stamford Bridge in front of home fans. However, things did not really go to plan as one of the fan took undue advantage of the opportunity. When given a mic, he said, "Get Werner out the club," which was not really appreciated by the fellow Blue fans inside the stadium.
A female supporter got so angry with his action that she went towards him and gave him a fitting reply. She shouted, "You get out the club - who are you? Who do you think you are?" The stadium announcers were also quick to apologize for fan's actions which was quite insulting and inappropriate considering the fact that all the Chelsea players were on the field.
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Timo Werner thanks fans for their love and support
Although the German player did not address the incident directly, he put out a post on Twitter thanking all the fans for their love and support. Notably, everyone inside the stadium and other Blues' fans on social media were quick to come in support of Werner who has undoubtedly given everything on the pitch since joining the club last year.
Although he did not have too many goals to his name, he did make a huge impact for the club on the field apart from goals leading them to Champions League glory. Werner created a lot of goal-scoring opportunities with his pace down the flank for the Blues throughout the season and his 15 assists last season is just a testimony to the fact that he was and remains a key player for Chelsea.