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Two Chelsea Forwards Who Have Proved They Can Form One of The Best Attacking Duo in The PL

After what they did last season under Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea is expected to be the team to watch in the English Premier League. Even though they only won one trophy, they made it to two finals, both of which Liverpool won.


Last season, Thomas Tuchel was the favorite to win the Premier League. He had a great start to the season, which made him the favorite.


The German international had a great run, but the team fell off the top of the table after a few months of being inconsistent. The Blues had a complete team, just like Manchester City and Liverpool, who were both great that season.


Chelsea has a great team made up of young players who are expected to win the Premier League in the next few years. The team has a lot of great players, especially up front where there is a lot of depth.


At the club, there have been two forwards who have worked well together and communicated well. Timo Werner and Kai Havertz, two German forwards for Chelsea, have been very good under Thomas Tuchel, especially during the 2021/22 season.


The two-goal scorers did well under the German manager, Thomas Tuchel, and have been his most important players. Kai Havertz scored 14 goals in all games, while Timo Werner scored 11 goals.


The two stars have been Chelsea's two main goal scorers, and their futures at the club will be bright. They have been great together on the team's attacking front, and if they keep playing together, no one will be able to stop them.


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