Kai Havertz Finally Speaks About His UCL Goal For The First Time Since May 29th

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The German has since netting that final glorious goal against Manchester City failed to say a word about the goal

Havertz helped Chelsea to their second UEFA Champions League trophy after rounding Ederson to wipe in a sensational goal.

The goal was really born from a great team work when Edouard Mendy picked Chilwell for a long pass, warranting for the English left back to quickly pass to Mason Mount who sighted Kai Havertz taking a dangerous run into an open zone.

Mount quickly served Havertz with a deserving pass leading the German to out run City defenders to be positioned in a one-on-one situation with Ederson before rounding the Argentine to separate the two teams.

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Indeed it would be an important career goal for anyone, especially for Havertz who missed his last UCL game with Bayer Leverkusen due to his school exams and was yet to lay his hands on the trophy for once.

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The final was also his first final in the competition and he was blessed with the only goal of the night.

Speaking to Athletic for the first time since netting the goal against Pep Guardiola’s side, Havertz shared that he still has goosebumps whenever he sees that goal on videos.

“I’ve seen it very often since May & it’s a scene I’ll never forget,” the 22-year-old said.

“It was a very big goal for me. I still get goosebumps when I see the goal. It was very important for me & for everybody.”

“On the pitch, it’s always different. When you see it on the screen you think it’s an easy goal but in your head, in these situations, you don’t see all the space that you have.

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In addition, Kai Havertz spoke about the Chelsea squad saying; “We have so much talent in our team, so many young players with so much potential.”

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