Chelsea midfielder Kai Havertz has opined on his feelings towards backlashes received as result his unimpressive performance in Saturday’s loss to Everton.
The 21-year-old was particularly singled out after the Blues failed to salvage at least a point from the encounter, putting up a well underwhelming performance on the night.Embed from Getty Images
Speaking in the aftermath of the loss, the German revealed he tries as much as possible not to react to criticisms.
According to the former Leverkusen man, criticisms are part of what players have to go through, and as such doesn’t let it affect his game.Embed from Getty Images
“I try not to read somethings after a match” Havertz told BT Sport. “I know its part of the game, but I always try to give 100% on the pitch”
“I think its better that way, I don’t like to get affected by what people say after the match. Just try to give my best”
“It was difficult for us, especially going down first. we didn’t create enough chances, but could have scored a goal”
“We still have a game on Tuesday and hopefully we can get a win” The 21-year-old said.
Chelsea splashed £75m to land the German International this summer, becoming the club’s record signing but is yet to find his feet in West London with quite a number of under-performances thus far.
Havertz will be hoping to find his Leverkusen form on Tuesday when the Blues make a trip to Wolverhampton for a tricky clash after falling to their second loss of the season.
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