GER 2-ISR 0: Why Kai Havertz’s form needs to talk about

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Kai Havertz’s incredible recent form seems to have gone under the radar a bit as it is not being talked about as much by the media. The German sensation has been in unstoppable form at both club and international level but he doesn’t seem to be getting the deserved attention.

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Havertz maintained his fine form by grabbing the opening goal in Germany’s 2-0 friendly victory over Isreal on Saturday night.

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How Kai Havertz re-created Drogba’s 2012 UCL final goal in Germany 2-0

He lept highest to get his head on a precise corner kick in the 36th minute to open the scoring, before Chelsea teammate Timo Werner doubled the lead on the brink of halftime.


That’s now 10 direct goal contributions in his last 11 starts for club and country. He has scored 6 goals in his last 7 appearances for Chelsea and Germany.

In total, Kai Havertz has 18 goals and assists in 23 appearances for his country (just 18 of them as a starter).


The 22-year-old has been sensational for his club side as he has done a good job in the false nine role in place of the under-performing Romelu Lukaku. His four goals and one assist in three appearances this month has earned him a nomination for the Premier League player of the month for March, and he is a favorite candidate to win it.


Kai Havertz should be making the headlines as his form has been incredible. Recall that he scored the winning goal in both the UEFA Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup finals for Chelsea.

He got a lot of stick during his first months at Stamford Bridge when he struggled to adapt immediately after signing from Bayer Leverkusen. The British media should maintain that same energy now that he has found his form.

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