Kai Havertz joined Chelsea in 2020 for £71 million from Bayer Leverkusen on a five-year deal. The Germain international was mostly deployed as false nine by Thomas Tuchel last. season.
The 23-year-old German international has scored 23 goals in 92 appearances for Chelsea among these goals is the Champions League winning goal against Manchester City and the penalty winning goal against Palmeiras in the final of FIFA club world but he picked the winning goal against Newcastle at the Stamford Bridge to give Chelsea 1-0 victory over Newcastle United as his favorite goal for Chelsea.
Havertz is currently with the Chelsea first team in the US for their pre-season Tour.
What is Kai Havertz’s favorite goal in a Chelsea shirt?
The German international took ten minutes of his time to answer questions from Chelsea fans via Twitter. When the Chelsea forward was asked what is his favorite goal so far in a Chelsea shirt, He said: “That’s a good question. Other than the title-winning goals (Champions League final and Club World Cup final), I’d probably see my goal against Newcastle. It was an important goal in the last minute at Stamford Bridge and the atmosphere was amazing.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea left-back Ben Chilwell has revealed his dream of playing in the World Cup after returning from injury.
Speaking to reporters, The Chelsea left-back said: “I’m back in full training now, I trained with the group in
the last week of the season, came on for a few minutes.
“It has been nice to get away from it all after a long six months of rehab for a few weeks. I’ve come back early and I’ve been here three weeks and feel fit and ready.
“I injured it on Christmas Day. I planted my knee during a session outside. On Boxing Day I saw my surgeon Andy Williams and we decided to crack on with the surgery. I took it in my stride and was pretty positive. I felt it could improve me mentally.
“The World Cup is a big motivation as well as the season with Chelsea.
“If I play well between now and then I am confident I will be in the squad. That’s my mindset and I wasn’t worried.
“I just wanted to do everything I can to be the best version of myself and play well for Chelsea for four months to give myself a chance to be picked.
“I dreamed of playing in the World Cup ever since I can remember, to know it is around the corner is more motivation than you know for me to see if I can establish my spot. Especially after the Euros which was a difficult time for me.
“I want to be the left-back in the team and I think we can do really well and go a long way. It would be amazing.
“It would be a highlight of not just my career but my life. So I am going to work for it for the next four months.”
Ben Chilwell faces strong competition from Tyrick Mitchell Luke Shaw and Kieran Trippier for a place in Gareth Southgate 26 men’s squad for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.