Timo Werner mocked after blazing shot over bar in Chelsea training with fans fearing worst ahead of Man City clash

CHELSEA fans have been left concerned after footage emerged of forward Timo Werner blazing over the bar ahead of tonight's Champions League final against Manchester City.

The 25-year-old has struggled to find the back of the net during his first season in England since arriving from RB Leipzig.

And that inability to hit the target was evident once more as the Blues trained in preparation for their European final in Porto.

In a video posted to Twitter, Werner played a one-two with a member of the Chelsea coaching staff before thumping his wild effort miles over the crossbar.

The footage sparked worry among Chelsea supporters, but they were also able to see the funny side.

One fan said: "We get high bp once a week watching this guy misfiring, What about his fellow teammates they watch him almost every day."

Another added: "Premier League offside player of de year dat."

And a third said: "My pain is that he continued looking at the misfired ball like 'hey!, you are actually going to the right destination, RIDE ON'."

Then there was another supporter who assessed the clip by adding: "This Timo Werner guy should be playing Golf or Cricket."

Werner has netted 12 goals in 51 appearances for Chelsea since landing in England.

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But recent performances have garnered criticism as he has frequently missed big chances and had goals ruled out for failing to stay onside.

Chelsea will be hoping he can find his shooting boots on Saturday night when they face champions Man City for the Champions League trophy.

The Blues are looking to become European champions for a second time in their history, nine years after clinching the title against Bayern Munich.

Chelsea will take confidence into the match having beaten Pep Guardiola's side twice in the last six weeks.

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