After four Premier League games for Chelsea, Timo Werner is still waiting for his first goal in the competition.
The former RB Leipzig frontman has shown some good flashes, such as his run to win a penalty against Brighton & Hove Albion and he scored in the Carabao Cup defeat to Tottenham, but his goalscoring exploits in Germany prompted high expectations upon his arrival.
While no one is suggesting we should be judging Werner on the basis of a handful of games in a brand new league, one of which came against the champions, there’s still plenty he can learn from other Bundesliga forwards’ first seasons in England.
Thankfully for Werner, he doesn’t need to look too far to find an easy point of comparison.
No, not Kai Havertz, who has had even less time to adapt to his new surroundings, but rather Christian Pulisic.