Kai Havertz had a poor start to his career at Chelsea following his transfer from German Bundesliga outfit Bayer Leverkusen last summer but he was able to recover from the bad start to show his quality in the final months of last season including his contribution for the Blues in the Champions League final. The German international scored the only goal of the match as Chelsea beat Premier League champions Manchester City in the final to win the Champions League title for the second time in their history. Havertz has continued where he left off last season for Chelsea with the German national team at the Euro 2020 tournament.

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Chelsea attacker Havertzdidn’t have much impact on proceedings in the Euro 2020 tournament opener for the Germans against world champions France but he has since recorded two goals in two games. Havertzand his German teammates failed to score in the 1-0 defeat to the French team thanks to the first half own goal from Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels.

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