Kai Havertz is in contention to something soon at Stamford Bridge that no Chelsea player has managed since 2018.This is winning the Premier League's player of the month award.To be fair,his fellow team mate Trevor Chalobah also has a chance after being included in the nominees for the precious individual award.
The Blues duo are joined by Villa's right back Matty Cash, Liverpool's left back Andy Robertson, Brentford's forward Ivany Toney, Arsenal's winger Bukayo Saka and Spurs' partnership,Harry Kane and Dejan Kuluveski
Havertz was brilliant during Chelsea's league fixtures this month (March) before the international break,scoring four goals in three matches including the late winner at Newcastle.The 22 years old has been playing some of the best football since arriving at Stamford Bridge.He therefore has a better chance to win the award
If successful,he would be the first Blues player since Eden Hazard in September 2018 to win the Premier League award.There perhaps has lacked some individual magic from the strong Chelsea side,but Kai is an attacker capable of some genius moments.
Playing in the centre foward role consistently ahead of Lukaku, undoubtedly has been a big help for the Germany international.He is now showing real confidence to take pressure on his shoulders,and fans are starting to notice the youngster mature
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