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Kai Havertz, Timo Warner Impressed As Ziyech Makes Premier League Debut For Chelsea

Mnews_World
2020-10-17 21:00:38

The English Premier League returned this weekend after an international break last week. On Saturday, Chelsea welcomed Southampton at Stamford Bridge for a historical match. Chelsea drew 3:3 with the saints.

Despite the draw, Chelsea's Germany internationals Kai Havertz and Timo Warner impressed in the game. With 15 minutes after the kickoff, Timo Warner had alread put Chelsea ahead with a brilliant strike. Timo scored the sessational Goa after battling with 4 defenders in the box.

At 29th minute, Jorginho dropped a long pass which found 'Turbo Timo' in place. The striker made a great tackle, ran as fast as Southampton defender and goalie to score.

In the second half when The Saints had just equalised everything, Timo got a nice ball from Christian Pulisic, he passed it to Kai Havertz who mads it 3:2. Hakim Ziyech also made hi debut for Chelsea in the premier League match. Though he didn't have that match time in the field, he really impressed the head coach with his tactics.

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