Kai Havertz sends his new Chelsea manager a strong message

Kai Havertz sends his new Chelsea manager a strong message

Last night, as the international competitions continued, there was a lot of Chelsea involvement.

With players like Havertz, Reece James, Raheem Sterling, and Mason Mount playing, the majority of Chelsea supporters would have been enthralled to the England vs. Germany game.

The game was extremely fascinating to watch and concluded in a 3-3 tie after England overcame a 2-0 deficit. Mount scored for England, and Havertz scored twice for Germany.

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However, Havertz really showed out, particularly in the second half. And at the same time, he was instructed to drop and play a little bit deeper, and here is where he began to flourish. Many have said that he needs to play a deeper role because at Chelsea he was mostly used as a false 9 or a wide attacker.

Last night, he made it clear to Graham Potter that he should either be playing as a number 10 or as a second striker behind the primary number nine.However, based on how Potter handled him during his first game in charge, it appears that he has already realized this.

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