We are here to win the Champions League! | Chelsea v Rennes | Timo Werner press conference

00:10The start you made better than you thought you would do?
1:45 Do you feel at home here? Yes, of course.
2:45 Can Chelsea go far in the competition?
I hope so. I think time now every team that plays every three days.
4:30 Mendy impact, Edou is a really nice guy.
5:45 Rennes hey are a very good team, with a lot of good players.
6:45 Rennes: They are a very good team, with a lot of good players.
8:30 How do you feel Havertz is adapting? I know him very well and he is one of the most talented players in the world. He can play like an old and wise player.

Chelsea striker Timo Werner looks ahead to tomorrow night’s Champions League clash against Rennes. ©UEFA2020

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