Timo Werner sliced through Real Madrid’s defense after another poor loss of possession from the Spanish side in the back third, calmly maneuvering through sliding defenders to put a shot in the back of the net and complete Chelsea’s comeback. The defending UCL holders go up 4-3 on aggregate and are set to record a massive shocker at the Bernabeu.
THAT ONE COUNTS!— CBS Sports Golazo ⚽️ (@CBSSportsGolazo) April 12, 2022
TIMO WERNER CAN'T STOP SCORING! pic.twitter.com/9ykNll11ks
This is a bitter pill to swallow for Real Madrid, who had the good fortune of a similar result in the round of 16 second leg against Paris Saint-Germain. This time, it’s a result that might go against them. Werner has had a tough time since joining Chelsea, but this could be the biggest goal of his domestic career if the lead holds.