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Chelsea Fans Show Love For Kai Havertz As He Scores For Germany Against Portugal

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Chelsea supporters are very excited after seeing what Kai Havertz did for Germany against Portugal in Euro 2020.

The much-anticipated clash in the ‘Group of Death’ saw Portugal take an early lead after Diogo Jota put the ball on a plate for Cristiano Ronaldo.

However, two quick-fire own goals allowed the Germans to take a 2-1 lead, with Havertz involved in both. The Blues star made a smart run across the near post for the first and that clearly affected Manchester City defender Ruben Dias who turned the ball into the back of his own net. Havertz then kept the ball alive before Raphael Guerreiro scored an own goal.

The 22-year-old then got on the scoresheet himself after Robin Gosens produced a fine ball across the face of goal.

Chelsea fans have been reacting to the German’s overall performance, as well as his goal, and are very excited about what next season is set to bring.

Chelsea fans are excited after Kai Havertz's goal

After a slow start to his career at Stamford Bridge, the Germany international really kicked on towards the latter stages of the 2020/21 campaign, especially following Thomas Tuchel ‘s appointment as Chelsea boss.

But Havertz did reveal how much of a change it was adapting to life in a new country, especially given the Covid-19 restrictions.

“To be honest, it’s very tough. It’s a big change,” the Chelsea man said to Sky Sports.

“It’s very hard because you play every three days and the intensity here is much more than in Germany, to be honest.

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“Of course it’s a big change for us but for me it always felt good to have Timo next to me because we can talk to each other. We were both in very difficult situations. He was also unlucky this season. But I think right now, for two or three months, we both play very well and I hope we can continue like that.

“When you come to London you want to live the life here but in the last few months, it was not possible. You always had to stay at home and things like that, so we didn’t experience much from the city.

“Only football always. But hopefully next season that will change a little bit and we can experience a little bit more.

“I know it was a tough season for me, not the best season of me. But I knew before I came it would take some months to adapt to this league, to the country, and since [the last] two or three months I feel very confident. I play well, I score goals, I assist some goals and that is what I want to do.

“Of course it was not the best season but I always look forward step by step and try to do my best to help the team. I know I can do a lot better, and hopefully I will do better in the next season.”