England were in action yesterday against Germany as they looked forward to grab their first win of this competition. They had drew twice and lost twice in their four Nation League matches.
In yesterday's match, it was goalless until In the second half where Germany opened the scoring from a penalty spot through Ikay Gundogan. Kai Havertz doubled the advantage in the 67th minute with a lovely goal.
Five minutes later, England pulled one back through Luke Shaw. Three minutes later, Mason Mount added the second one to get things back to level terms. Harry Kane gave his country the lead in the 83rd minute from a penalty spot buy Germany grabbed an equalizer five minutes later. They ended up sharing points as England finished last in their group.
In that match, one of the player who gave Maguire a headache is Kai Havertz. The English forward was one of the players who impressed after he played a major role for his clubs top perfomance.
His two goals helped his home country to grab a point by the end of the final whistle. The Chelsea attacking midfielder gave England defenders no rest with his great attacking skills. His pace and footwork made it hard for Maguire to stop him.
Maguire tried all means to stop Kai Havertz from scoring but the German midfielder ended up grabbing two goals with one of them coming from Maguire's error.
This now means that Chelsea midfielder Kai Havertz have Harry Maguire a headache to stop him in yesterday's match.
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