Ex Chelsea midfielder, Oscar has come out to say that he hopes Timo Werner can be the hero for the club in the UCL final. He recently revealed that Werner has definitely been putting in good performances in recent times but fans have been overlooking.
According to him, today’s game will surely be decided by small details, and he intends to cheer for his former club, Chelsea to beat Manchester City.
He added that Werner has been criticized a lot but he trusts him to prove everyone wrong by becoming a more important player.
His words, “It’s that kind of game decided by small details. I’ll be cheering for Chelsea, sure, so I’ll go for 1-0… with a lot of suffering,”
“I would like to see Werner score the goal [that wins the game] because he has been criticised but he knows how to play, he does the right things and he’s played very well.”
“Unfortunately, sometimes the ball is not going in, but he plays really well and I want him to score the [decisive] goal [in the final].”
On KDB, “De Bruyne’s case is very similar to [Mohamed] Salah’s. They arrived at Chelsea but there were other players who were maybe more confident and playing better,”
“Confidence sometimes helps you to play better. He left Chelsea and played well in Germany and his confidence was back. I don’t even have words to describe how good he has been at Manchester City. He’s one of the best midfielders in the world… maybe the best.”
“It’s difficult to appoint just one [best player in the Champions League]. De Bruyne is one of the best at City, he’s playing very well and was great against Paris Saint-Germain in the semi-final.”
“We also had Neymar and Kylian Mbappe who were doing well too. Chelsea are a bit more of a collective, I don’t think they have that one guy… maybe N’Golo Kante. But I think De Bruyne is one step ahead of those guys.”
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