Werner got late in the main half at Stamford Bridge subsequent to setting up Olivier Giroud's opener for Thomas Tuchel's rejuvenated group.
It was a soothing second for Werner, who had gone 14 association games without an objective since scoring against Sheffield United in November.
The 24-year-old's just objective in his past 19 matches taking all things together rivalries had come against minnows Morecambe in the FA Cup.
Werner was proclaimed as a standout amongst other youthful strikers in Europe after his £50 million ($69 million) move from Leipzig in the nearby season.
That promotion has appeared to be lost during a troublesome first season in England, yet his tenth objective for Chelsea covered a vivacious execution that alluded to better what might be on the horizon.
"As a striker you generally need to score. The most recent month was hard. I was distraught. Happy I scored today," said Werner, who lauded his countryman Tuchel's job in his presentation.
"It's caused me that somebody can shout at me in German! He's a truly hero and has a smart thought of the football we need to play."
Tuchel added: "Timo was conclusive with a help and objective. I'm content with that and he was buckling down in the last couple of matches."
Tuchel is yet to lose in six games since supplanting the fired Frank Lampard in January, with five progressive triumphs on the whole rivalries proposing the previous Paris Saint-Germain manager could demonstrate an insightful arrangement.
Chelsea are back in the Champions League places – the base necessity for a Blues chief – subsequent to moving above West Ham on objective contrast.
Tuchel is likewise two focuses over his kindred German Jurgen Klopp, whose upset heroes Liverpool are grieving in 6th spot.
"Top four is the objective and stays the objective, there are many group behind us pursuing," Tuchel said.
"We had numerous focuses to recuperate and it remains a major test in light of the fact that numerous games are coming. We will play groups from the top and base, each game is troublesome and we will continue to battle."
Cesar Azpilicueta went close almost immediately as his header beat Newcastle attendant Darlow yet was fallen asleep the line by Dwight Gayle.
Abraham was supplanted by Giroud in the wake of enduring a lower leg injury in a test with Jamaal Lascelles.
Werner was inches from scoring when he extended to arrive at Alonso's header, yet the German's toe-jabbed exertion floated simply wide.
Giving indications of arising out of his droop, Werner gave the help to Giroud's 31st moment opener.
Minutes subsequent to requiring treatment for a cut lip, Werner zoomed past Emil Krafth with a shrewd shimmy and sent a low cross into the Newcastle region.
Darlow could just push it out to Giroud and the French striker lashed home from 10 yards for his first objective in quite a while.
With Chelsea well on top, Werner at long last got back on the scoresheet in the 39th moment.
Artisan Mount's corner was flicked onto the far post and Werner pretty much mixed it into the net from short proximity, with his stand by to celebrate deferred only a couple seconds longer while VAR controlled there was no handball by Giroud before the objective.
After precisely 1000 minutes and 31 shots, Werner had a grin all over finally.
Chelsea manager Kepa Arrizabalaga was liked to Edouard Mendy as the much-insulted Spaniard made just his fourth class start this season and his first since October.
Kepa reimbursed Tuchel's confidence with a decent prevent from Jonjo Shelvey's free-kick in the subsequent half.
In spite of their restoration under Tuchel, Chelsea are not the completed article and Newcastle uncovered a couple of blemishes with all due respect, just to discover the mistake inclined Kepa in surprisingly tenacious structure.
Joe Willock flicked only wide from short proximity, at that point drew a fine save from Kepa, who jumped to one side to keep out the on-credit Arsenal midfielder's header.
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