Chelsea forward Kai Havertz was among the star players for Germany after they had one of the most eye-catching performances in Euros. The 21-year-old star was involved in most of the goals yesterday and he also grabbed a goal in the second half to increase Germany's advantage.
The Blues star who scored the winning goal for his team in the UEFA Champions League final had has been written in European records books. The star had a brilliant season at Chelsea with his final winning goal and now he has become the youngest player to score for Germany in European Championship.
There was a lot of criticism and questions on the 22-year-old German star in the mid-season at Stamford Bridge and whether prove why he was bought on a £70m deal.
The highly-rated Chelsea star player silenced all his haters especially in European Championship and has now has a broken record for Germany at Euros 2020. The match was the second start for Havertz in Euros after he made his first start in their loss to France last week.
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