RB Leipzig joke Timo Werner already wants to go back as he is caught texting during Chelsea's FA Cup final loss

RB LEIPZIG fans were quick to joke that £48million Chelsea recruit Timo Werner already wants to return home – after watching his new side crash to defeat in he FA Cup Final.

Germans with a sense of humour – who knew?

But his old club were quick to rub it in after Arsenal triumphed 2-1 in the showpiece at Wembley.

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New signing Werner was at the national stadium for the final.

And he was spotted texting during the defeat.

Leipzig joked that was he was typing that he had made a mistake and wanted to return.

Blues suffered THREE injuries during the match: Cesar Azpilicueta, Christian Pulisic and Pedro.

They had Mateo Kovacic sent off when Granit Xhaka dived under sniper fire.

And ropey ref Anthony Taylor did not spot Gunners keeper Emiliano Martinez handling outside the box – neither did the VAR.

Werner arrived at Stamford Bridge last month after completing his season at Leipzig where he scored 35 goals in 49 games.

But he could not have been impressed as the Blues produced a lacklustre performance.

Arsenal skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck twice to overturn a Chelsea lead and triumph.

Fan Mark Worrall tweeted: " Nobody will be hurting more about this result than Frank Lampard.

"Chelsea will be back next season, harder, fitter, faster, stronger & with exciting new players to bolster the squad. Keep the faith."

Frank Khalid said: " I thought Christian Pulisic was brilliant yesterday & was so unlucky with his injury.

"His been brilliant all season & I am so looking forward to seeing him play for Chelsea in the next few years.

"With Ziyech & Werner next season we are going to be a force to be reckoned with."

Werner, 24, is set to line up with Tammy Abraham and Christian Pulisic in a new attack for the West Londoners next term.

Lampard has also signed Ajax playmaker Hakim Ziyech.

He hopes to land Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen.

But if this display was anything to go by Werner might have been better off staying in Germany.

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