Kai Havertz plays at the heart of Chelsea’s attack. He scored and assisted to help the Blues end a 3-game losing streak and win 3 important points in the Premier League.
After the match, the German player expressed satisfaction and comfort when playing under coach Graham Potter. Havertz said on Amazon Prime after Chelsea’s 2-0 win: “Coach for me the freedom to do whatever I feel comfortable on the field. I like to play freely and stay in the box. He gave me a lot of confidence.”
After 14 appearances this season (12 starts), Havertz has scored 4 goals, providing 1 assist. He needs to make more efforts in the context of Chelsea’s lack of a top-class striker.
Potter took over as manager at Chelsea in early September, helping the Blues win seven of their 14 games so far. The victory over Bournemouth helps them rise to 8th place in the rankings and 6 points behind the top 4. In the next match, Potter’s teachers and students will take on Nottingham Forest on January 1.
Minh Tuan | 07:15 December 28, 2022