Chelsea striker Timo Werner notched an outrageous backheel assist for Germany before scoring again for national side

TIMO WERNER notched an outrageous backheel assist in Germany's 6-0 World Cup qualifier win over Armenia.

The Chelsea striker also bagged himself a goal, capping off a wonderful performance.

Bayern Munich's Serge Gnabry delivered a good cross into Armenia's penalty area.

Werner made a good run off his marker, outrageously backheeled the ball into the path of Marco Reus, and the Borussia Dortmund captain slammed Germany's third home.

The 25-year-old got a goal of his own just before the half-time whistle.

Werner latched onto a loose ball at the back post an tapped home Germany's fourth.

The Chelsea ace was part of a well-oiled Germany machine that blew away their nearest World Cup qualifying rivals.

Gnabry bagged a brace getting in on the goalscoring, Jonas Hoffman got himself a goal, and Karim Adeyemi scored in added time.


The win puts Germany top of Group J on 12 points, just two above Armenia with five games to go.

Hansi Flick's team will now travel to face Iceland on Wednesday.

A win keeps them very much in the hunt for finishing in the top spot.

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