Werner thanks his team-mates for supporting him.

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Tottenham Hotspur’s German striker Timo Werner thank his team-mates for their support after missing a golden opportunity in the first half. before scoring in the second half.

Werner scored his first goal for Tottenham Hotspur since joining from RB Leipzig on loan in January, but the German striker was left depressed after missing out on a chance. Gold missed a solo moment in the first half. Report by UFABET

“They cheered me on at half-time. Tell me to keep going. I feel good that no one said anything. Everyone is supportive. That helped me and the whole team,” Werner said after the game in which Spurs beat Crystal Palace 3-1.

Former Chelsea striker who previously failed in the Premier League Almost had a nightmare game in front of Tottenham Hotspur fans when a solo moment in the first half. Tried to drag away from the goalkeeper, but Sam Johnston was not lost, rushing to cover the corner and making a clean save.

“Missing two opportunities in one game is pretty bad. But in the end I was very happy to score,” said Werner, who previously scored just 10 goals in 56 Premier League games for Chelsea.

Werner last scored on October 28 in Leipzig’s 6-0 win over 1. FC Köln, on that occasion from the penalty spot. In the Premier League, the ex-Chelsea professional scored for the eleventh time in his 62nd appearance. Coach Ange Postecoglou. Who will still be without attacker Richarlison for the coming weeks, praised his loanee for a “very good performance”. Werner was “a constant threat” for the visitors under new coach Oliver Glasner.

While they have already been eliminated from all cup competitions. Spurs are still fighting for a Champions League spot in the league. With one game remaining. They are five points adrift of fourth-placed Aston Villa, who won 3-2 at Luton Town – and are Tottenham’s next opponents next Sunday.