Timo Werner remarkably missed an open goal from one yard out during Chelsea vs Leeds on Saturday.
The German striker hit the crossbar at the end of a bizarre sequence of events, despite a goal initially seeming inevitable.
Werner failed to score from one yard out
Chelsea started brightly in the game with two chances within the opening two minutes.
Hakim Ziyech had a shot pushed wide and Olivier Giroud came close from the resulting corner.
However, the Blues were stunned in the fourth minute as Patrick Bamford rounded Edouard Mendy and finished into an empty net.
Werner’s shocker came just five minutes later.
Werner hit the crossbar
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Mason Mount’s corner was flicked on by Giroud and fell in front of Werner at the far post.
However, he somehow failed to convert and instead brought the ball back away from the net.
As Leeds keeper Illan Meslier attempted to grab ahold of it, Werner got one final touch and flicked it up onto the bar.
It was subsequently cleared.
Thankfully for Werner, Giroud spared his blushes by finding the equaliser on 28 minutes.
The France forward turned in Reece James’ low cross, after Ziyech had sent the right-back down the line with a neat piece of play.