[NEWS] Thiago Silva’s wife sends message to Timo Werner after slamming his display in first leg

Thiago Silva’s wife, Isabelle da Silva, has looked to patch things up
with Timo Werner after the striker helped Chelsea beat Real Madrid
to secure a place in this year’s Champions League final.

Werner produced a lacklustre display in last week’s first leg at
Madrid’s Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium, wasting a golden opportunity
to score before Christian Pulisic’s opener, but was on hand to
break the deadlock at Stamford Bridge last night.

Kai Havertz’s initial dinked effort struck the crossbar and Werner
could hardly have missed as he headed into an empty net from
close range in the 28th minute to take his tally to 12 goals in all
competitions for the Blues.

Mason Mount directed home Pulisic’s cross to give the hosts a
comfortable 3-1 aggregate lead with five minutes remaining and
Thomas Tuchel’s men held firm to set up an-English final with
Manchester City in Istanbul on May 29.

Werner was on the receiving end of a barrage of criticism after his
less-than-convincing display in Madrid just one week ago and the
relief was clear to see on his face as Chelsea’s players wildly
celebrated their victory at the full-time whistle.

Isabelle da Silva was among those who had chastised the forward
for his wastefulness in the first leg, venting her frustrations in a
video uploaded to her Instagram account.

‘This is karma, guys,’ she said.
‘Every team I go to there is a striker who keeps missing goals…

this Werner, what is his name?!
‘We need a goal, we need to win this match but my attackers don’t
want to score, I don’t know why they don’t score.’

But after Chelsea booked their place in the final, it was a different
story altogether as she backtracked and told Werner she ‘loved’
him after all and that he was ‘the best’.

‘Werner, very good. That’s what I’m talking about,’ she said in a
new video.

‘You know how to score a goal. You’re the best, my friend! Love
In his post-match interview with BT Sport, Werner joked it felt like
‘hours’ for the ball to fall out of the sky before he could head it

‘The last 10 minutes I was screaming a lot. I had no voice,’ the
Germany international said.

‘When we started with the manager we were 10th in the league and
now we reach everything – on the road to the top four, we can win
the Champions League and the FA Cup.
‘Our team is incredible. How we control the rhythm against a team
with world-class players. We are young but not stupid to make
easy mistakes.

‘I had to wait a long time for the ball to come down. It took hours.

‘It was an easy goal. But the chances we create was very good. In
the end, it was not easy to play against Real Madrid but we did it
very well.’

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