RB Leipzig's Timo Werner and Marcel Sabitzer react after scoring a goal. [REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach]
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The abuse has followed Timo Werner for months, gathering pace as rapidly as the striker has amassed goals.Werner is now a full-blown Germany international, scoring his first goals at the Confederations Cup on Sunday, and he could hold the key to the World Cup defense next year.The dive won a penalty against Schalke, and provided Werner with one of the 21 goals that helped to propel Leipzig into second place and a Champions League debut next season.Werner opened his account for Germany on his fourth appearance, scoring twice in a 3-1 victory over Cameroon on Sunday in Sochi.Werner's rivals for a place in the squad next year include fellow squad newcomers Lars Stindl and Sandro Wagner.
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