Timo Werner spotted back at Stamford Bridge after jetting to London to watch Chelsea's fiery draw with Tottenham | The Sun

Timo Werner spotted back at Stamford Bridge after jetting to London to watch Chelsea's fiery draw with Tottenham | The Sun

August 15, 2022

TIMO WERNER was spotted back at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea’s fiery draw with Tottenham.

But this time the striker was in the stands after leaving the Blues for a return to RB Leipzig.

Werner, 26, spent two years at Chelsea after a £47.5million move from the German giants in 2020.

The hitman scored 23 goals in 89 games while winning the Champions League.

But Werner failed to reach the heights of his time in Leipzig, which yielded 95 goals in 159 outings.

And after signing Raheem Sterling from Manchester City, Thomas Tuchel decided to offload Werner back to his former side this month.

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The Germany international has already hit the ground running, scoring in his second debut on Saturday.

But just a day later Werner was back in London to watch Chelsea play Spurs in their derby.

An incredible game saw Harry Kane pinch a fortunate late equaliser, with the Blues left incensed by another questionable performance from ref Anthony Taylor.

Boss Tuchel and Spurs counterpart Antonio Conte clashed several times as the match ended in chaos.

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But Chelsea were cheered on the entire time by Werner, who looked enthralled watching the contest high up in the stands.

Blues fans were certainly delighted by the show of support from their former player.

One said: “He’s always going to have my respect.”

Another declared: “That’s what Chelsea is about. Once you play for Chelsea, even if you fail you still become part of Chelsea.

“Because no matter what, the fans love you.”

One added: “Please come back home, I miss you Timo.”

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