The striker has been involved in all action in both good and bad ways.
At half-time in the big Premier League clash between Chelsea and Manchester City, the hosts hold a 1-0 lead through a easy tap-in for Andre Schurrle.
However, the man that has been popping up all over the pitch in the first half is Fernando Torres, who earned a starting place under Jose Mourinho after netting twice against Schalke 04 in the Champions League mid-week.
It was a pass from Torres that allowed Schurrle to put the Blues ahead, but this came shortly after the Spaniard had blazed over from eight yards.
A ball from Ramires fell to the striker, who had no City players around the 29-year-old before a panicked shot cannoned off the attacker’s shin and went over Joe Hart’s bar.
Torres has received a mixed reception on Twitter as the Spain international looks to achieve the form that was once shown at Liverpool.
— Phil Lowe (@PhilLoweSaint) October 27, 2013
— Shubhra Sasmit23 (@spicysid20) October 27, 2013
You don’t accidentally set up a goal yourself and then hit the bar from an unbelievable angle, that’s pure skill and talent #torres
— Ige Tayo (@multitayo) October 27, 2013
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