Havertz jumps in horror as Werner plays prank at Chelsea training ground

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Kai Havertz was left terrified by Timo Werner in a training ground prank at Chelsea with Ben Chilwell the cameraman.

It comes just days after they returned from international duty with Germany where they both were in fine form.

The Blues take on Aston Villa this weekend with the squad in high spirits after a fine start to the season.

Two wins and a well-earned draw against Liverpool with 10 men have put them fourth in the Premier League table as they look to gun down a first title since 2017.

Much might depend on the talents of two of their top forwards, though, in Havertz and Werner.

The duo joined last summer for a combined fee of around £120m and they appear to have already gelled with the rest of the squad.

After a so-so campaign last year, the expectations have grown this season but they do not appear to have let the pressure got to them.

With Chilwell filming, Werner crouched behind a flight of stairs awaiting his unsuspecting victim.

Blissfully unaware, Havertz came round the corner only to be shocked by his compatriot who jumped out at him.

It left Chilwell in tears behind his phone before putting the video up on his Instagram stories.

"His face," the England left-back could be heard saying, as Havertz turned to the window and gazed out after being humbled.

Werner can be seen laughing at his international pal while Chilwell followed up his story with a screenshot of the exact moment Havertz was terrified.

Thomas Tuchel's side take on Aston Villa this Saturday hoping for another win to continue the fine morale in the camp.

New signing Saul Niguez could feature after signing on loan from Atletico Madrid, with an option to buy for around £30m.

While Romelu Lukaku is expected to start despite an injury scare while with Belgium on international duty.

  • Chelsea FC
  • Timo Werner
  • Cristiano Ronaldo
  • Premier League

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