- Olivier Giroud was seen in the tunnel asking Thibaut Corutois how he saved Timo Werner's shot from four yards
- Chelsea held Real Madrid to a 1-1 draw in their Champions League first leg semi final tie at the Alfredo di Stefano Stadium
- Werner has come under fire for his miss which could prove costly if they do not get the result at Stamford Bridge
Olivier Giroud was spotted asking former teammate and Real Madrid's number one Thibaut Courtois on how he saved Timo Werner's shot from close range, Sport Bible.
The German striker missed from four yards after just having only the Belgian to beat who saved the ball with his legs.
Werner has come under huge criticism for failing to score many goals and particularly at point blank range.
Thiago Silva's wife indirectly commented that "Every team I go to there is a striker who keeps missing goals."
Ex-Ranger star Ally McCoist also suggested that Leicester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho would finish the move better than Werner did.
While both side were lining up at the tunnel to file out for the second half Giroud was forced to ask Courtois about how that save came about.
According to French news media outlet RMC the Madrid shot-stopper simply answered Giroud who was not bothered about the miss but ecstatic with the save:
"All I did was put my foot out like this."
Chelsea took a priceless away point back home in the Champions League semi finals first leg in Spain as Los Blancos will need to post a better performance at Stamford Bridge.
Former European top striker claims Iheanacho will convert big chance Werner missed against Real Madrid
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Kelechi Iheanacho will score Timo Werner's missed chances during Chelsea's Champions League draw with Real Madrid, former Rangers striker Ally McCoist claims, Complete Sports.
The German international had two glorious chances against Los Blancos in the first half but failed to beat Thibaut Courtois in goal.
The Blues were forced to a 1-1 draw at the Alfredo di Stefano and should have taken a win back to Stamford Bridge, but the West London club still has the away-goal advantage.